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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1973

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'Index', Survey of London: volume 37: Northern Kensington (1973), pp. 383-415. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49886 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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The symbols in the left-hand margin distinguish those persons who have worked on the fabric of the area, including the architects of unexecuted designs: a - Architects and surveyors; b - Builders and allied tradesmen; c - Artists, craftsmen and decorators.

Abbey, The 72; Pl. 48b, c

Abbot's House 130

Abbots Kensington, manor of 2, 25, 26, 38, 42, 42n., 49, 55, 87, 101, 105n., 262n.

Abbotsbury Close 130

Abbotsbury House 130

Abbotsbury Road 129, 130

Abbotsford Villas 113

Abbott, William 72

Abingdon, Abbey of St. Mary 25
-, abbot 25, 42

Acklam Road 5, 308, 310, 312; Pl. 74e

Adams, Charles 340n.

Adams, Frances Susanna 245

Adams, Rev. Francis Holland 245

b Adams, John Henry 118

b Adams, Ralph 197, 198, 253, 340

a Adams and Holden 72

Adams' Brickfield 345

Adams family 340, 345

b Adamson and Son(s) 142, 143

b Adcock, W. J. 149

Addison, Joseph 104, 105

Addison Avenue (formerly Addison Road North) 4, 21, 279, 283, 287, 291, 292, 293, 295; figs. 72–3 (pp. 284–5); Pl. 71a

Addison Crescent 113, 115, 115n., 118

Addison Gardens 112, 112n., 113, 115, 117, 133

Addison Hall 129

Addison Road 16, 21, 22, 103, 104–6, 107, 108, 109–11, 112–14, 116, 125, 125n., 128, 128n., 129, 130; figs. 16–17 (pp. 110, 114); Pls. 50a, 51c
-, No. 8 135–6; Pls. 90–1
-, see also St. Barnabas' Church

Addison Road North see Addison Avenue

Addison Road station now Kensington (Olympia) 117

Addison Terrace (Holland Park Avenue) 106

Addison Terrace (Kensington High Street) 109

Addison Villas 112

Adelaide Street, Strand 282

b Adkin, Robert 290, 297

a Adkins, J. S. 23, 133, 134, 135

Admiral Blake public house 307

Agricultural rents 13, 127, 258, 298

b Aird, John, and Sons 99

Airlie, 7th Earl of 69

Airlie Gardens 16, 65–6; Pl. 47b

Airlie Lodge see Holly Lodge

a Aitchison, George 22, 124, 136–40 passim, 141n., 143

b Aitchison, Thomas 272

Albany, Piccadilly 301

Albert Memorial 178

a Alexander, George 242, 243

Alexander, James 212

Alexander, William Cleverley 89

Alexander and Company 212

All Saints' Church 23, 232, 241, 247, 300, 301, 317–20, 323; fig. 82 (p. 319); Pls. 14–15
-, vicar 302, 303, 318
-, vicarage 320

All Saints Road 306

'All Sinners' in the Mud' 318

All Souls Cemetery see Kensal Green Cemetery

All Souls College, Oxford 333

Allason, Louisa Creswick 269

a Allason, Thomas 15, 51, 194, 196, 196n., 197, 201, 203, 204, 209, 214, 215, 216, 219, 219n., 221, 223, 241, 252, 255, 258, 260, 268, 269, 273

a Allason, Thomas, junior 239

Allason, William, the elder 273

Allason Terrace 51, 52

Allen, James 39

Allen, Thomas 76

b Allen, W. 272

Allen Street Congregational Chapel 68

Alliance Fire Office, Bartholomew Lane 196

a Allom, — see White, Allom and Company

a Allom, Thomas 15, 22, 23, 220–1, 223, 225–32, 233, 239, 241, 244, 253, 254, 257

Allom House 252

Almshouses 42

Alton estate, Roehampton 40

Alton Towers, Staffordshire 196, 203

Anderson, Henry 25n.

b Angel, William Thomas 118n.

Angel inn (now The Crown) 26

Angliss, — 250

Anne, Princess latter Queen 55, 56, 151

Antrobus, Edmund 160, 173, 175

b Appleton, — see Turtle and Appleton

Aquila, Prince Louis, Count D' 124

Archer, G. S. 268, 275

Archer Street (now part of Westbourne Grove) 268, 330

Archer-Bolton estate 268; fig. 66 (p. 259)

Architectural Association 57n., 135, 330

Argyll, Duchess of (w. of 8th Duke) 69

Argyll, 8th Duke of 69, 161n.

Argyll Lodge see Bedford Lodge

Argyll Road 44, 64, 75, 149

Armagh, Archbishop of 351

b Arnold, George 85n.

b Arrowsmith, Arthur 293

b Arrowsmith, John 295

Arroyave, Anselmo de 163, 164

Artisans' housing see Working-class housing

Artists' houses and studios 22–3, 29, 39, 41n., 54, 56, 57, 65, 67, 70, 80, 82–3, 94, 96, 124–5, 126, 127, 128, 136–50, 185–7, 248, 269, 355

Arundel Gardens 224, 232, 241, 251

b Ashby Brothers 144

Ashdown, John 95, 95n.

Ashurst, William Henry 75, 76

b Aslat, Edward 106

b Asquith, John 107n.

a Atkinson, Robert 40, 334n.

Atkinson, William 196

Aubrey (formerly Nothing Hill) House 87, 89, 89n., 94, 99; Pl. 42a, b

Aubrey Lodge 93

Aubrey Road 91, 93–4; Pl. 43c

Aubrey Villas 93

Aubrey Walk (formerly Notting Hill Grove) 94; Pl. 17a
-, see also St. George's Church

c Aumonier, W. 31, 135

'Avernus' (Notting Dale Special Area) 346, 347, 348, 351; fig. 90 (p. 341)

Avondale Park 342, 345, 348

Bagehot, Walter 143

c Baker, Rev. Arnold S. 329

a Baker, Arthur 46, 113, 132

Baker, Edward 85

b Baker, John 171

b Baker, P. R. 253

b Baker, Philip 257

a Balfour, Eustace 55

Balfour of Burleigh, 7th Lord 350

a Ballard, — see Cotton, Ballard and Blow

Balle, Robert 50

Balliol Road 317

Balls, John 179

b Balls, Thomas 85n.

Bangor Street 346

Bank rate 7

a Banks, Robert Richardson 158, 165, 167–8, 180, 181

b Banner, Peter 60

Baptist Chapels
-, Holland Street 56
-, Hornton Street 68
-, Johnson Street 86
-, Kensington Place 86; Pl. 28a
-, Palace Gardens Terrace 41
-, Penzance Place 294
-, Queensdale and Norland Roads 346
-, Westbourne Grove 24, 271–2; fig. 69 (p. 271)

b Barber, Charles 61n.

b Barber, Isaac 82n.

Barclay, Perkins 250

c Bardi, the Signori 339

c Barkentin and Krall 148n.

Barker, John, and Company 187, 193

Barlby Road 349

b Barnard, John 27n., 42

Barnet 247

a Barnett, John 288, 290, 297

Barracks in Kensington Church Street 151, 188n., 192– 193; fig. 31 (p. 153)
-, on Palace Green 154, 158, 192

c Barraud, — see Lavers and Barraud

Barrett, Thomas 254

Barrington, Mr. and Mrs. Russell 143

Barrow, Sir George 112

a Barry, Sir Charles 131, 158, 167, 168, 179, 181

a Barry, Charles, junior 165, 178, 180, 181

b Barry, Jacob 256

b Bartle, J. M., and Company 334n.

Bartlett, William 84

Bartley, Henry John 117, 118, 118n.

Basevi, George 20, 282

Basing Street 329, 330

Bassett Road 303, 307, 312, 313

Bath House, Piccadilly 103

Bathrooms 22, 119, 198, 265, 332

Baths and wash-houses see Public baths and washhouses

Bayley, R. R. 215

Bayley and Janson 194, 214, 219

Bayly, Mary 340, 343

Bayswater Road 156, 162–3
-, see also Uxbridge road

Beattie, John 10, 115, 117, 117n., 118, 119, 119n., 133

Beatty, Chester 184

Beaufort Square 204

Becher Street 350

Bedford, Duchess of (w. of 6th Duke) 69

Bedford, 6th Duke of 69, 279

a Bedford, Francis 337

Bedford Arms public house 83

Bedford Gardens (formerly Place) 55, 77, 79–80, 81, 82; fig. 10 (p. 79)

Bedford Lodge (also known as Argyll Lodge and Cam House) 67, 69–70, 71, 161n.; Pl. 45

Bedford Place see Bedford Gardens

Bedingfield, Thomas 87

Beeby, James 75

Beech, William Philip 52

b Beedle, Henry 272

a Beeston, Frederick Robert 116

Beit, Sir Alfred 176

a Belcher, John 143

Belgrave Square 20

c Bell, — see Clayton and Bell

a Bell, Charles 166

Bell, George 262

Bellamont, Earl of 35

Bellasyse, Lady (Baroness Osgodby) 29

b Bennett, Edward 313

Bennett, George 97

b Bennett, James 261, 275

Bennett, John 97

b Bennett, John 313

Bennett, John Cole 280, 283, 291, 295, 296

a Bennett, T. P., and Son 93

a Bentley, John Francis 24, 247, 324, 328, 329, 352–4 passim, 355

a Bentley, Osmond 353, 355

Benzon, Ernest Leopold 161, 165

Berkeley, Lady Jane (w. of 7th Baron) 42

Berkeley Gardens 47

Bescoby, Francis and Richard 253

a Beswick, D. 31

Bethel Baptist Chapel, Holland Street 56

Bethel Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place (formerly Silver Street Baptist Chapel; also known as The Labourers' Church) 86; Pl. 28a

Betts, Edward Ladd 168
-, see also Peto and Betts

b Betts, James 86

Bevington Road 310

c Beyaert,— 319

b Bickford, Samuel 50

b Bifield, Edward 297

Bijou (now Twentieth Century) Theatre 249

Binney, Rev. Hibbert 93

b Birch, John 52n.

b Bird, — see McLennan and Bird

b Bird, George 154

b Bird, Henry 71

b Bird, Stephen 35, 71, 75, 84, 108, 340, 342, 344, 345

b Bird, William 71

Bird's Brickfield 71, 340, 344, 345, 346; fig. 90 (p. 341)

Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction Railway see West London Railway

Birmingham Guild of Handicraft 136

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 187n.

b Bishop, Edward 105

Bishop, J. D. 274

Blackburn, Edward 115n.

a Blackett, Walter 300

Blairgowrie, Perthshire 311

Blake, Benjamin 221

Blake, Charles Henry 5, 7, 13, 14, 202, 213, 220–36 passim, 238, 239, 241, 242, 244, 245, 251–7 passim, 304–12 passim, 320, 331, 332, 333, 334

Blake, Charles Henry, junior 311

Blake, Frances (w. of Charles Henry Blake) 311

b Blake, Thomas 133

c Blanchard, — 355

b Blashfield, John Marriott 155–9 passim, 160, 161, 163, 165, 173, 178, 179, 179n., 182, 183, 183n., 184

Blenheim Crescent 213, 236, 238, 240, 251–2

b Blenkarn, William 81n.

a Blofield, William 110n.

Blomfield, Charles 242

a Blomfield, Sir Reginald 193

Bloomfield, 2nd Baron 124

a Blore, Edward 339

a Blow, — see Cotton, Ballard and Blow

Blumberg, Louis 181

Blundell House (former) see Bute House

Blundell House (present) 67

Blunt, Joseph 210, 212, 213
-, see also Blunt, Roy, Blunt and Duncan and Roy, Blunt, (Duncan) and Johnstone

Blunt, Roy, Blunt and Duncan 80

Board of Guardians see Kensington Board of Guardians

a Bocan, J. 184

Bodley, George Frederick 319, 329

c Boehm, Sir J. Edgar 140

a Bolton, Albert J.

b Bolton, T. J. 268, 275

Bolton Road 268, 302, 349

Bonchurch Road 309, 310

b Bond, James 85n.

b Bonythorn, John 79n.

Booker, Rev. George 133

Booth, Charles 334, 349

Booth family 26

Bosworth Road 333, 334, 335
-, see also Our Lady of the Holy Souls R.C.
-, Church

Bothamley, Thomas 288

Boughton, George Henry 82

Bournemouth 241, 310

a Boutcher, William 127

b Bovis Limited 294

Bowdler, Charles 179n.

c Bowen, Victor

b Bowler, John 85n.

b Boyce, Thomas 74

Boydell, Samuel and Charles Fields 115

Brace, George and Edward 95

Brace, Thomas, the elder 94–5

Brace, Thomas, the younger 95

Brace and Selby 95

Bracewell Road, Hammersmith 323

c Braddell, Darcy 189

Bradshaw, Major-General Laurence 197, 199, 254, 255

b Braid and Company 38, 82

a Bramah, Timothy, Francis and Edward 107n.

Bramley Road 17, 344, 345n.

b Bramwell, F., E. and B. 253

a Brandon, David 44, 159, 178
-, see also Wyatt and Brandon

c Brangwyn, Frank 256

b Brass, William, and Son 64

Brentford Gas Company 282

Brewer, John Francis William 295, 296

Brewster Gardens, Hammersmith 323

Brickfields and brickmaking 16, 42, 71, 84, 105, 105n., 106n., 268, 280, 288, 292, 340, 341, 342, 345, 346

Bridger, J. W. 256

Bridges, Rev. Brooke Edward 237, 257

Bridges, J. 257

b Bridges, Thomas 53

Bridgwater House, Cleveland Row 179

a Brierley, — see Demaine and Brierley

Brighton 60, 90, 91

c Brindley, — see Farmer and Brindley

b Brinkley, William 112

Britannia public house Pl. 75c

British and Foreign School Society 68

British Dairy Farmers' Association 127n.

British Theatre Museum 141

b Britten, William 60n.

a Broadbridge, Benjamin 37, 237, 237n., 274

a Broadbridge, G. 237n.

a Broadbridge, James 237n., 270

Broadwalk Court 40

Broadwood, John 68

a Brock, Edgar P. Loftus 320, 323

Bromley, Joseph Warner 79, 81

Bromley, William 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

Brompton 130, 220

Brompton Chapel 130

a Brooks, James 23, 133, 134, 135

Brooks, Thomas 76

Brooshooft, Edward 47

a Brown, — see Trant, Brown and Humphreys

a Brown, Mr. 255

a Brown, Durward 30

a Brown, John 213, 214, 254, 255

a Brown, W. E. and F. 136

a Browne, John Henry 111, 112, 117, 136

Brown's Buildings 31, 37
-, see also Royal Kent Theatre

Bruges (Poor Clares' convent) 247

a Brunel, Isambard Kingdom 73

Brunel, Marc Isambard 335

b Brunning, John 94

Brunswick Gardens 44, 45, 47

Bruton Street, Mayfair 298

Bruyeres, H. P. 252

Bryan, Thomas 272

b Buckland, — see Sweet and Buckland

Buckle, George 254

Buckmaster, John 295

Budd, T. W. 260, 261, 272, 274, 275, 333

Budd and Hayes 260, 333

Builders and speculative building bankruptcies 8, 9, 14, 39, 60, 61, 64, 74, 104, 112, 115–16, 159, 201, 213, 214, 232, 283, 290, 302, 331
-, by contract 44, 52, 54, 81, 90, 91, 201, 225, 232, 233, 237, 254, 257, 290, 291
-, capital sources auctioneers and land agents 10–11, 210, 221, 234, 235, 283, 291, 301, 306–7, 310
-, banks 9, 10, 107, 115, 201, 221, 233, 279, 301, 311
-, building societies 10, 268, 288, 290
-, City merchants 10, 80, 220, 235, 238, 279, 292, 301, 306–7, 310
-, City money market 10, 200, 212
-, ground landlords 9, 60, 62, 74, 80, 104, 112, 214, 223, 232, 279, 309
-, insurance companies 10, 212, 223, 232n., 238, 269, 280, 282, 288, 290, 291, 301, 310, 331
-, lawyers 11, 64, 66, 77, 79, 91, 95, 115, 117, 184, 200, 209–10, 212, 213, 214, 215, 223, 233, 234, 238, 260n., 262, 279, 280, 288, 301, 331
-, miscellaneous 11, 66, 81, 90–1, 104, 106, 110, 113, 115, 159, 160, 183, 197, 201, 212, 213, 215, 232, 235, 262, 279n., 301
-, provincial 104, 115, 115n., 201, 213, 232, 235, 262, 291, 306–7, 310, 331
-, covenants 44, 51, 60, 63, 90, 104–5, 112, 113, 117, 122, 123, 155–6, 159, 160, 190, 197, 201, 249, 258, 260, 270, 307, 308
-, fluctuations 5–8, 81, 84, 91, 107–8, 117, 133, 159, 160, 194, 197, 199, 201, 209, 212, 213, 219, 225, 232–3, 235–9 passim, 260,

Builders and speculative building (continued)
-, fluctuations (continued) 261, 278, 282–92 passim, 300, 306, 313, 317, 344, 345
-, profits and losses 9, 12–14, 103, 107–8, 114, 123, 125–6, 158–9, 213, 219, 220, 223, 234–5, 236, 241–2, 261, 262, 291, 302, 306–7, 310–12, 317
-, public control 14–15, 51, 258, 340, 343, 346
-, structure of industry 8–9, 45, 52n., 53, 210, 215, 261–2, 268, 300–1, 309, 313

Building societies 10, 288
-, see also individual societies, viz. Dissenters' and General; Frugality; Land and House; Lombardian; London and County; London and Provincial; St. James's Square; Temperance Permanent; Westbourne Gardens

Bull, Arthur 269

a Bull, Edwin 269, 273

Bullingham House (Kensington Church Street) 35

Bullingham House (Pitt's Buildings) 50, 51, 54

Bullingham Mansions 49, 54

Burbury, Samuel 304, 305, 306

a Burges, William 22, 144–8 passim

Burgoyne, Field-Marshal Sir John Fox 267

c Burke and Company 140, 148

Burlington, Countess of (w. of 2nd Earl) 55

Burlington, 3rd Earl of 55

Burmantofts 135

Burn, David Laing 179

c Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley 124n., 187, 352

a Burnet, Sir John, and Partners 41

b Burrows, Charles 296

Burton,— 170

a Burton, Decimus 109n., 171

b Burton, Henry 75, 76

b Burton, John 252

a Bush, Thomas 60n.

Bute, 2nd Marquess of 68

Bute, 3rd Marquess of 144

Bute (also known as Blundell) House 66, 67, 68– 69, 72

b Butler, John Robert 91, 254

b Butt, G. and G. C. 269

b Butt, George 96

Butterfield, William 187

Button's Coffee House, Covent Garden 279

Byam Shaw School of Drawing and Painting 81

b Byne, Thomas 297

a Cabuche, H. L. 193

Calcutta 202, 221

c Caldecott, Randolph 140

Callcott, Sir Augustus Wall 41n.

Callcott, John Wall 41n.

b Callcott, Thomas 36n.

b Callcott, Thomas (the younger) 39n., 42

Callcott, William Hutchins 41n.

Callcott family 41n.

Callcott (formerly William) Street 85

b Calverley, John 253

Cam House see Bedford Lodge

Camberwell 223

Cambridge, 2nd Duke of (monument to) 339

Cambridge Gardens 21, 302, 303, 307, 312, 313, 331

Cambridge Terrace 116

Cambridge University 124

Camelford Road 220, 252

Campbell, Colin (monument to) 35

Campbell, John Francis 71

Campbell and Smith (later Campbell, Smith and Company Limited) 148

Campbells of Islay 71

Campden, 1st Viscount (Sir Baptist Hicks) 2, 26, 29, 49, 55, 55n., 270

Campden, 2nd Viscount (Edward, Lord Noel) 49

Campden, 3rd Viscount 26, 29, 49, 50

Campden, 4th Viscount (1st Earl of Gainsborough) 50n.

Campden, Viscountess (Elizabeth Hicks) 49, 270

Campden Arms public house 81

Campden Charities 270

Campden Charities estate (Clanricarde Gardens) 270; fig. 66 (p. 259)

Campden Grove 51, 52, 52n., 53, 54; Pl. 40d

Campden Hill (street) 67, 73

Campden Hill Court 74; Pl. 112c

Campden Hill Gardens 96

Campden Hill Gate 67

Campden Hill Mansions 84

Campden Hill Place 95, 95n.; Pl. 43b

Campden Hill Road 53, 53n., 63, 64, 67, 68, 74, 75, 80, 82, 83, 84, 95, 96; Pl. 112c
-, No. 118 (West House) 82–3; Pl. 79
-, see also Abbey, The

Campden Hill Square (formerly Notting Hill Square) 89–93, 94, 197; fig. 12 (p. 92); Pl. 42c, d

Campden Hill Terrace 82

Campden Hill water tower 99; Pl. 36a

Campden House 2, 16, 27, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55–6; Pl. 39
-, school in 55
-, theatre in 55 –6

Campden House Chambers 55

Campden House estate 26, 49, 50, 58, 77
-, see also Pitt estate

Campden House Road (now part of Hornton Street) 52, 56

Campden House Terrace 54; Pl. 41f

Campden Houses 82; Pl. 112a

Campden Lane see Duke's Lane

Campden Mansions 39n.

Campden Place 270, 345

Campden Street 77, 80, 81

Canning, Viscount (later Earl) 212, 242

Cano, Alonzo 352

Canterbury, Archbishop of 103

a Cantwell, Robert 15, 93, 197, 198, 199, 203, 253, 254, 255, 278, 279, 280, 282, 286, 295, 296, 297

Capel, Captain 263

Capitol Housing Association Limited 334n.

Carden, George Frederick 335, 336, 337

Cardiff 145n.

Cardiff Castle 148

Cardinal Manning School for Boys 326

Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School 129

Carlisle, 8th Earl of 185

Carlisle, 9th Earl of see Howard, George James

Carlton Gardens 168

Carlton Mansions 128

Carmel Court 28

Carmelite Church and Priory, Kensington
-, Church Street and Duke's Lane 35–6; Pl. 27

Carmelite Monastery of The Most Holy Trinity, St. Charles Square 24, 311, 327–8; fig. 87 (p. 328) Pl. 26

b Carmichael, James 132

Carne, Charles 39

Carrara ware 135

a Carson, William 287, 291, 297

Carthew, Peter 178

Cartwright, T. B. 242

Carus-Wilson, Professor Eleanora 249

Casement, Major-General Sir William and family (monument to) Pl. 31c

b Casey, Thomas 52

a Cashmore, Francis Milton 129

a Casson, Sir Hugh 129, 141

Castell Coch, Glamorganshire 144

a Castello, M. N. 294

Castlemaine, Australia 213

a Cates, Arthur 165, 166, 175

Catherine Wheel (Kensington High Street) 36

Catherine Wheel public house (Kensington Church Street) 27

Catholic Crusade of Rescue 326

Cato Cottage 106

b Caton, George 79n., 82n.

b Cawley, Thomas 73–4

a Cawthorne, A. M. 128, 143

Central Tube Railway 347

a Cescinsky, Herbert 184

Chadwick, Edwin 342

a Chadwick, Spencer 65, 189

Chadwick, W. W. 215, 255

b Chadwick, William 9, 200, 201, 202, 213, 214– 215, 253–6 passim, 336, 337, 337n.

b Chambers, Charles (builder) 7, 117, 118, 118n., 124

b Chambers, Charles (timber merchant) 236, 252, 255

b Chambers, Charles Martin 118n.

b Champneys, Basil 31

b Chandler, John 81n.

b Chandler, Kenelm 255, 256

Chandless, Henry Gore 77

Chandos Street, Covent Garden 39

a Chapman, Colonel Frederick 192

b Chappell, John 40

Charing Cross Road 310

Charity Commissioners 345

Charity School (also known as National Schools), Kensington High Street 36–7; Pl. 37d

Charsley, R. 254

a Chawner, Thomas 104n., 111, 152, 155, 156, 157n.

Chelsea 333, 345

Chelsea Place 192

Cheltenham 21, 80, 198, 202–3, 204, 263

Cheney, Edward 125

Chepstow Crescent 260, 261, 263, 272

Chepstow Place 261, 272

Chepstow Villas 113, 237, 238, 252, 260, 261, 262, 263, 272; Pl. 68b, c
-, see also Our Lady of Sion Convent

b Chessum, Jesse 355

Chesterfield, 6th Earl of 199

a Chesterton, Arthur 64

Chesterton, Mrs. Cecil 334

Chesterton, Charles 62

a Chesterton, Frank Sydney 62, 66, 67

Chesterton, Gilbert Keith 62

a Chesterton and Sons 62

Chesterton Road 310, 312, 313

a Child, C. E. see Goldie, Child and Goldie

b Childerhouse, William 96

b Chinnock, see Skelton and Chinnock

Chinnock, Frederick 175, 283, 291, 295, 296

Cholera 15, 335, 340, 342, 343

Christ Church, Telford Road 322; Pl. 18d

Christ Scientist, 2nd Church of, Palace Gardens Terrace 41

a Christian, Ewan 46

b Christie, John 297

Christ's Hospital 51

Church Army 193

Church Building Commissioners 130, 283, 287–8, 293

Church Building Fund see under London, Bishop of

Church Close 31

Church Commissioners 46

Church Court see Kensington Church Court

Church Lane (now part of Kensington Church Street) 29, 50

Church Street see Kensington Church Street

Church Walk see Kensington Church Walk

Churchill Arms public house83

Cinemas see Bijou; Electric Cinema Club; Gaumont (formerly Coronet)

Circle Line seeMetropolitan Railway

City Centre Properties Limited40

Civil War 49, 55

Clanricarde Gardens 10, 14, 270, 273; Pl. 73c
-, see also Campden Place

Clapham 288

Clare, Martin 39

Claremont Place 81

Clarence and Avondale, Duke of 345

Clarence Place 31
-, Wesleyan Chapel 36

Clarendon Hotel 250–1; Pl. 75c

Clarendon Road 208, 209, 210, 211, 213, 215, 216, 219, 220, 221, 232, 238, 240, 241, 252; figs. 48–50 (pp. 206–8); Pls. 60a, b, 62a, c, e, 63a, b, 75e
-, No. 85 (former Clarendon Hotel) 250–1; Pl. 75c

c Clark, — 329

Clark, Henry Bingley 48

Clark and Lye 234, 235

a Clarke, C. P.

b Clarke, J. W. 296

a Clarke, T. Chatfield, and Son 40

c Clayton and Bell 32, 35, 132, 135

Clement Talbot Motor Company 317

Clementi, Muzio 39

b Clements, Robert 293, 295

Clift, James 93

b Climpson, George 52n.

Clode, Charles Mathew 65, 76

b Clothier, Samuel 249, 256

Club Chambers Association 279

b Clutterbuck, Benjamin 84, 105n.

b Clutterbuck, Joseph 84, 85, 85n., 272

a Clutton, Henry 24, 247, 324, 352

Clydesdale Road 320

Coach and Horses public house 36

a Coates, Wells 163

Cobb, Henry 235, 236, 306, 307, 310

b Cobbett, Richard 107n.

Cobbett, William 106

a Cockerell, — (? Charles Robert) 337

a Cockerell, Albert E. 128

a Cockerell, Frederick Pepys 22, 143

'Coffin Row' 233, 238, 239

Coggins, J. 296

b Coghill, Robert and William Henry 85n.

Cohen, Arthur 124

Cohen, Herman 35

Coke, Lady Mary 89, 93n.

Colby, Philip and Elizabeth (monument to) 35

Cole, Rex Vicat 81

b Cole, Thomas 272

Colegrave, Major 69

a Coleridge, J. D. 67

Colleges seeSchools and other educational institutions

Collett family (monument to) Pl. 32b

Collie, Alexander 161, 168

Collins, Wilkie 56

b Collins, William Henry 113

b Colls, George 269

b Colls and Sons 136, 301

b Colston, Daniel Edward 85n.

Colston, John 37

Colville Gardens 300, 302, 303

Colville Houses 302, 303

Colville Road 300, 301

Colville Square 300, 301, 302, 303; Pl. 74b

Coville Terrace 300, 301, 302, 303

Combs, William Addison 76

Commission for European Communities 182

Commissioners for Building New Churches see
-, Church Building Commissioners

Committee of Sequestrations for Middlesex 55

Commonwealth Institute 150

Communal garden (paddocks) 17, 20, 56, 65, 66, 90, 92–3, 112, 113–14, 133, 196, 203, 204, 209, 211–12, 226, 229, 231, 260, 282, 300, 303

a Comper, J. B. Sebastian 322

a Comper, Sir J. Ninian 132, 320, 322, 323

c Conder, Charles 256

b Conder, Edward 36

a Conder, Neville 129

Conduit Close (formerly 'the More') 29–31

Congregational Chapels
-, Allen Street 68
-, Hornton Street 68
-, Kensington Park Road see Kensington Temple
-, Lancaster Road 329–30

Connaught Place, Paddington 238

Connaught Square, Paddington 241, 269

Connop, Jacob 10, 200, 201, 202, 203, 203n., 204, 212, 213–214, 219, 255

Conway, William Martin (later Baron) 71

a Cook, — see Yates, Cook and Darbyshire

b Cooke, William 54, 65, 66, 66n.

b Coole, Joseph 61n.

Cope, Frederick Charles 296

Cope, Sir Walter 2, 25, 25n., 42, 55, 55n., 101

Cope's Castle see Holland House

Copland, Alexander 301

Coppin, Sir George 2, 42

Copyhold land 2, 25, 31, 35, 38, 42n., 49, 50, 87, 95, 262n.

Corbett, Matthew Ridley 82

b Corby, Thomas 37

b Cordery, Edmund and Elias 254, 257

Corfield, W. Gordon 61n., 66n.

Cornwall Crescent 220, 240, 253

Coronation Court 322

Coronet (now Gaumont) Theatre 41; Pl. 34c

a Cotton, Ballard and Blow 40

Cotton, Charles Bowland 109

Counter's Creek 1, 108, 278

Counter's Creek sewer 71, 108–9, 278, 279, 342; fig. 70 (p. 277)

County Fire Office 10, 301

Court House 128

Courtland Terrace 44

b Cousins, Samuel and William 84

Cousins' Cottages 84

Coutts' Bank 107

b Cowland, John D. 94, 215, 233, 253, 254, 256, 273, 275, 320, 322

b Cowley, H. 85n.

b Cowling, Leonard 251

Cowmeadow, John Edward 94

a Cox, — see Williams and Cox

b Cox, William and Thomas 79n.

c Crane, Walter 29, 124n., 140, 166, 187

Craven, William, 1st Baron (later 1st Earl of Craven) 38–9

Craven family 39

Craven House 38, 39

Craven House estate 38–9; fig. 5 (p. 38)

a Craze, Romilly B. 34, 319, 339
-, see also Milner and Craze

Crescent Street 346, 350

Creswick, Thomas 269

a Cresy, Edward 203n.

c Cripps, — see Walton, Gooddy and Cripps

a Crocker, E. W. 64

Cromwell, Oliver 270

'Cromwell's Gift' 270

a Cronk, E. Evans 82

Crookes, Sir William 253

Crossthwaite, J. T. 255

b Crouch, Thomas 27n.

b Crowley, Richard 252, 255

Crown and Sceptre public house 116

Crown Estate 151–93; fig. 31 (p. 153)

Crown Estate Commissioners 151, 164

Crown public house (Kensington High Street) 26

Crown public house (Princedale Road) 296

b Cubitt, Thomas 13, 154n., 173, 175, 183

b Cullingford, Henry 273, 274, 275

b Cullingford, William 263, 272–5 passim

b Cullingford, William Henry 75, 76, 267, 273, 274

b Cullingford family 261, 267

Cumberland Place and Terrace, Regent's Park 204

Currey, Benjamin 103, 104, 105, 105n., 107, 108, 109, 111

a Currey, Henry 103, 307, 313, 322

Curzon Street Chapel, Mayfair 322

a Cutts, J. E. K. 322

Czech Embassy 184–5

Dade, Thomas 29

Dairy farming 127, 127n.

b Dale, Benjamin and John 192

b Dale, Thomas 27n.

b Daley, E. T. 317

Dalgarno Gardens 323, 334, 350, 351

Dalgarno Way 323

Dando, Nathaniel 94

Darby, Thomas 298

Darby (later St. Quintin), William Thomas 298

a Darbyshire, T. S. see Yates, Cook and Darbyshire

Darnley Terrace 292, 295, 345

Dartmoor Street see Hillgate Place

Dartnell, Richard 84

Davies, John 291

Davis, Sir Edmund 256

b Davis, Joseph Gordon 62–3, 64, 65, 75–6 passim

b Daw, C. A. (and Son) 54, 66, 67, 255

b Daw, William Adams 54, 56

Dawson, Frederick 184

Dawson, J. W. 260n.

Dawson, John Sylvester 260n., 270

Dawson Place 258, 260n., 262, 263, 273; Pl.68a

b Day, Abraham 82n.

Day, John 238

Daylight saving time 190n.

a Deane and Woodward 64

c Dearle, J. H. 124n.

Death rate see under Population

Debenham, Sir Ernest 127, 135, 150

Debenham family 135

b De Creu, James Jannard 79n.

a Demaine, J. 339

a Demaine and Brierley 339

De Morgan, William (tiles by) 71, 135, 140

Denbigh Road 261, 267–8, 271, 273

Denbigh Terrace 273

Denison, Prebendary H. P. 321

Derby, 14th Earl of (Edward, Lord Stanley) 225n.

Devonshire Arms public house 273

Dickens, Charles 55–6

b Dickins, William 60n.

c Dick see and Dick see 132

b Dickson, John 268, 269, 273

Digby, Rev. Mother 326

Digby-Stuart College, Roehampton 326

Dillon, Frank 65

Dispensaries 31, 346

Dissenters' and General Benefit Building Society No. 2 288n.

Dissenting meeting-house, Holland Street 27, 28

Distressed Gentlefolks' Aid Association 46

District surveyors' returns 6, 7n., 8

c Dix, J. Arthur 245

b Dobbins, James 296

Dominican Convent, Portobello Road 24, 306, 323–6; figs. 84–5 (pp. 324–5);Pl. 25a, b

b Doncaster, John 56

Dorset (Ilchester estates) 126, 129

b Dove Brothers 32, 245

Dowding, Harry 117, 118, 119, 119n., 133

b Dowland, Frederick Blucher 52, 56

D'Oyley, Ann see Seymour, Ann

D'Oyley, Laud and Robert 50, 58

Drayson Mews 65

Drayton Gardens 280

a Drew, — see Fry, Drew and Partners

b Drew, George 93, 94, 95, 219, 240, 251, 255, 297

b Drew, John 198, 253, 254, 255

b Drew, William John 22, 198, 199, 215, 216, 219, 223, 229, 231, 252–6 passim

Driver, Robert 126

Dublin Exhibition 330

Duchess of Bedford House 67

Duchess of Bedford's Walk 62, 63, 67

Ducrow family (mausoleum) 339; Pl. 31a

Dudfield, Dr. Thomas Orme 344–8 passim

a Duesbury, Henry 162, 163

Duffield, William 65, 76

Duke of Clarence public house 106

'Dukeries', the 16

Duke's (formerly Campden) Lane 26n., 27, 28
-, see also Carmelite Church and Priory

Duke's Lodge 124

Dulwich College 39

a Duncan, Charles Stewart 80, 201, 255

Duncan, John 11, 80, 199, 200, 201–2, 203, 203n., 255

Duncannon, Lord (later 4th Earl of Bessborough) 152, 153

b Dunn, S. and S. 66

a Dunning, Joseph 280, 288, 292

c Dupont, — 319

Durham Villas see Phillimore Place

b Durrant, F. W. 119n.

b Dutton, William 82n.

b Duval, John 74

Duval, Lewis 74

b Duval, Peter 168n.

b Eales, William 51, 52, 53, 56, 57

Earl of Lonsdale public house 268, 275

b Earle, Joseph 158, 163

Earl's Court, manor of 25

c Earp, — 354

East House 127

East India Company 95, 211, 235, 249, 266

East Row 333, 334

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 44, 45, 46, 96, 97, 132, 133, 233, 245, 323

Ecclesiological Society 23, 245

Edenham Street 310, 333

Edge, Andrew 84

Edge (formerly Sheffield) Street 84

Edge Terrace 84

Edinburgh, Duchess of 321

Edinburgh, Duke of 321, 322

a Edmeston, J. and J. S. 23, 300–2 passim

a Edmeston and Barry 244

Edward VII 149, 189

Edwardes, Edward Henry 101

Edwardes, Lady Elizabeth (née Rich) 101

Edwardes, Francis 101

Edwardes, John Owen 101

Edwardes, Rowland 101

Edwardes, William (d. 1801) see Kensington, 1st Baron

Edwardes, William (d. 1852) see Kensington, 2nd Baron

Edwardes estate 101

Edwardes family 101

b Edwards, William Lloyd 44, 45, 47, 48

Egg, John 4

Egyptian Consulate 180

Elder, Alexander Lang and Mary Eliza 54, 56

Electric Cinema Club 249

Electric lighting 250, 253

Electric Theatre 249

Elgin Crescent 221, 225, 238, 239, 240, 253; Pl. 67c

Elgin public house 247; Pl. 75d

Elgin Road 324

Elim, Abraham 276

Elim Pentecostal Church 247

Elizabeth II 130, 150

b Elkington, Messrs. 170

b Elliot, John Watts 113

Elliott, George Augustus 76

Elm Lodge 16, 65, 68, 70

Elms, The see Little Campden House

Elsham Road 117, 117n., 118

Elton family (monument to) Pl. 32f

b Elwood, George 81n.

b Emmins, James 254, 256, 257, 283, 296, 297

Emslie Horniman Pleasance 334n.

Engel, Carl 113

Engelbach, Louis Edward 76

Epsom 127n.

Epsom Downs 199

b Erlam, Richard 60n.

Ernest Street see Farm Place

Essex Church, Palace Gardens Terrace 40–1

Essex Street Chapel, Strand 41

Essex Villas 64, 75, 118

b Eustace, Thomas 36n., 37

Evans, Evan 95

Evans, Robert 95, 96, 97

Evelyn House 68

Excise Inquiry, Commissioners of 71

Exmoor Street see St. Charles Hospital

b Eyeles, W. H., and Company 317

Eyre, Sir Robert 29

Eyre estate, St. Marylebone 77, 196

Fairbairn, Sir William 124

Falk, Philip 161n.

Farebrother, Clark and Lye 234
-, see also Clark and Lye

Farm Place (formerly Ernest Street) 85, 85n.

Farm Street see Farmer Street

c Farmer and Brindley 32, 35

Farmer (formerly Farm) Street 85

Farringdon Street (station) 236, 304

a Faulkner, Amos 190

a Faulkner, John 239, 254

a Fawckner, see Habershon, W. G., and Fawckner

b Felthouse, Paul 257

a Ferrers, 11th Earl (Walter Knight Shirley) 70

a Field, Horace 190

a Figgis, T. Phillips 81, 91, 345n.

Fildes, L. V. (s. of Sir Luke) 127

Fildes, Sir Luke 128, 148, 149

Finch, Daniel (2nd Earl of Nottingham) 151

Finch, Sir Heneage (1st Earl of Nottingham) 29

b Finlay, Thomas 47

Finnish Ambassador 175

Finstock Road 317

Fire Brigade Station, Old Court Place 31

c Fisher, — 148

c Fisher, — see Harland and Fisher

Fittings and fixtures 30, 250–1, 265

Fitzclarence, Lady Mary 105

Fitzgerald, Lady Mary 28

a Fletcher, Henry Martineau 67

b Flint, James 85n.

a Flockhart, William 182, 256

c Foley, J. H. 339

a Fooks, J. 178

b Foot, John 52n.

Forbes, James Staats 76

Ford, Ford Madox 53n.

b Ford, William 54

c Forsyth,— 98

Forsyth, William 68

b Foskett, Gaius 310

b Foster, — see Temple and Foster

Foster, John 275

Foursquare Gospel, Church of 247

Fowke, Captain Francis 330

a Fowler, C. Hodgson 323

Fowler, Charles 336

Fowler, Sir John 69

Fox, Caroline 83, 108, 108n., 128

Fox, Charles Richard 105, 108, 128, 128n.

Fox, Henry see Holland, 1st Baron

Fox, Henry Edward see Holland, 4th Baron

Fox, Stephen see Ilchester, 1st Earl of

Fox School 83, 84

Fox-Strangways, Henry Edward see Ilchester, 5th Earl of

c Frampton, James

a Francis, F. and H. 163, 180

Franciscan Convent, Portobello Road see Dominican Convent

Frankfurt (cemetery) 337

Franklin, A. S. 317

a Fraser, Alexander 70, 99, 308

Fraser, General Sir John 69, 71

b Frayte, William 74

Freehold Securities Company Limited 310

Freeman, Bothamley and Benthall 288

Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street 335

Fremantle, Sir Thomas 152

French Ambassador 167

French Embassy 166

Freshfield, Douglas William 66

Frogmore, Windsor (kitchen garden at) 152, 160, 189

b Found, John 256

Frugality Building and Investment Society 344

a Fry, Drew and Partners 130

a Fry, E. Maxwell 202n., 334n.

a Fryer and Company 165

Fulham, manor of 323

Furlong, Gordon 330

Furnell, James 75

b Gabriel, Thomas and Christopher 295

Gainsborough, 1st Earl of (4th Viscount Campden) 50n.

Gainsborough, 3rd Earl of 50

b Gait, F. and J. 309

Gale, W.

a Gale, Gotch and Leighton 67

Gardens see Communal gardens

Gardner, H. and W. 257

Gardner, Joseph 82

Garrard, Stephen 92, 262

Garrard and James 262

Garway Road, Paddington 260

b Garwood, Christopher 273, 295

Gas Light and Coke Company 334, 334n.
-, show rooms (Kensington Church Street) 30–1; Pl. 36d

Gas lighting
-, buildings 250, 251, 265, 331, 332
-, streets 282

Gasworks (Kensal Green) 333, 336n.

b Gatehouse and Company 52

b Gates, H. G. 317

b Gattward, George 130

Gaumont (formerly Coronet) Theatre 41; Pl. 34c

b Gayford, — see Kilby and Gayford

b Gazeley, William C. 252

b Gee, Samuel 81n.

Gell, Rev. John Philip 96, 243

General Board of Health 342, 343

General Burial Grounds Association 335

General Cemetery Company 335–7

George II 2

George V 317

a George, Ernest, and Peto 181

George inn 27

b Gibbons, Richard 39

c Gibbs, Alexander 319

a Gibson, John 339
-, monument to Pl. 32e

Gibson, Mary (monument to) Pl. 32d

b Gilbert, Henry 81, 274

b Gilder, F. 253

a Gill, C. L. see Richardson and Gill

Gillingham, Jeffrey, the elder and the younger 87

Gillow, Richard 68

b Gimbrett, John 313

c Gimson, Ernest 70, 136, 184

Gipsies 333

Glasgow, 4th Earl of 69

Glebe estate 42–6, 47–8; fig. 6 (p. 44)

b Glenn,— 297

Glennie, Rev. John David, the younger 75, 76

Gloucester, Duke of (s. of Queen Anne) 55

Gloucester Walk (formerly Terrace) 52, 53, 54, 56

Gloucestershire 49, 50

Glyn, Hon. Edward Carr 46

Glyn and Company 194

a Goddard, George Henry 111, 112, 112n.

Goddard, William 106

Godrich, Dr. Francis 343, 344

a Godwin, E. W. 128n., 137

Golborne Road 17, 308, 309, 310, 334
-, see also St. Andrew and St. Philip's Church

Golborne Ward 348, 349, 351; fig. 91 (p. 348)

a Goldfinger, Erno, and Associates 334

a Goldie, Child and Goldie 36

b Goodall, Michael 295

c Gooddy, — see Walton, Gooddy and Cripps

a Goodwin, Francis 335, 336

b Goodwin, G. and T. 253, 254, 255

b Goodwin, Thomas 269, 270, 273, 331, 332

c Gordine, Dora 323

Gordon, J. (monument to) Pl. 32b

Gordon Cottages 52

Gordon Place 51, 52, 54; Pl. 40c

Gore, Charles 185

b Gorham, John 30

b Gorringe, George H. 129

Gossip, Randall 105, 105n.

Gossip, Wilmer 105n.

Gostling, William Frederick 182

b Gotobed, Jonathan 296

Goudie, Thomas 249

b Gould, John 268, 275

b Gould, Richard 39n.

b Graham, Peter see Jackson and Graham

Grand Junction Canal 333, 336

Grand Junction Water Works Company 70, 99, 100, 282
-, reservoir and works 99–100; Pl. 36a

Grant, Mary 129

Grapes public house 153

Gravel pits 38, 42, 151; Pl. 5a

Gravesend, Kent 223

Gray, Rev. Edward Ker 320

b Gray, Francis 58

Gray, J. E. 320

Gray, James 68

b Gray, Samuel 58, 60

Great Western Railway 5, 13, 117, 261, 278, 298, 304, 305, 317, 333, 333n.

Greater London Council 148, 334, 345n.

a Green, Arthur 190

Green, Bevis E. 162

a Green, W. J. 171

Green Bridge, Westbourne Park 304

Greene, Benjamin B. 184

Greene, Edward Burnaby 276

Greene, Thomas 276

Greene family 340

Green's Lane 340

Greenwich 154

b Gregory, Thomas, and Company 136, 339

Gregory Place 27, 29

Grey House, The 72

b Gribble, William 213, 255

a Griffith, John William 336, 337

Griffith, William Pettit 337

b Grissell, Thomas 156, 158, 159, 161, 167, 168, 168n., 170, 173, 175, 179, 180, 181

b Grissell and Peto 156, 158, 167, 168, 179, 180

b Grocock, William 60n.

Grosvenor, Richard, Lord (later 1st Earl Grosvenor) 89

Grosvenor estate, Westminster 60

Ground rents
-, per acre 13, 14, 45, 51, 62, 63, 112, 201, 214, 219, 258, 268, 270, 308
-, per foot frontage 54, 58, 58n., 107, 153, 160

Grove, C. H. 213, 255

a Grüner, L. 339

Guards' Club, Pall Mall 103

c Guelphi, J. B. 35

b Guest, Joseph 128

Guild of Handicrafts 70

Guild of St. Luke 355

b Gurling, Edward 300–1

b Gurney, Edmund 106

Gurney, J. H. 171n.
-, see also Overend and Gurney

Gurney, Russell 164

Gurney, Samuel 212
-, see also Overend and Gurney

Gurney, T. 274

a Habershon, Edward 234, 240, 254

a Habershon, W. G., and Fawckner 330

a Habershon and Pite 294

b Hack and son136

b Hailey and Company54

Haldane Commission 72

b Hall, Caleb and Charles 79, 83

Hall, Charles 54

a Hall, H. Austen 31

b Hall, James 9, 10, 14n., 113–16 passim, 133, 260n., 261, 261n., 262, 263, 272–5 passim

Hall, Robert 258, 260, 261, 261n., 262, 268,
-, 272–5 passim

b Hall, William (the elder) 77, 79

b Hall, William, the younger 79, 83

Hall, Captain (later Admiral Sir) William
-, Hutcheons 65, 76

Hall estate 258–75 passim; fig. 66 (p. 259)

c Halse, Emmeline 243

Halsey, Frederick 87

Halsey, John 87

Halsey family87

Hamilton House46

Hammersmith, 17, 103, 106n., 114, 116, 126, 292n., 303, 304, 306, 344, 345

Hammersmith and City Railway 4, 7, 13, 17, 117, 236, 303–6, 331, 344–5, 351

Hammersmith road (now Kensington High Street) 2, 103, 104, 106–7, 108, 109, 111

b Hammond, William 253

a Handford, George C. 64

Hand-in-Hand Insurance Society 10, 269

Hanover Lodge 249–50; Pl 63e.f

Hanover Road, Terrace and Villas see Lansdowne Walk

Hansard Mews117

a Hanson, — (? John) 336

Hanson, Joshua Flesher 81, 87, 89–90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 197, 253, 255

Hanwell 278

b Harding, Richard 81n.

c Hardman,— 353

a Hardwick, Mr. 109n.

a Hardwick, Philip 109n., 165

a Hardwick, Thomas 36

b Hardy, Henry 85n.

Hare, Caroline 75

a Hare, Cecil G. 319

c Harland and Fisher, 140, 148

Harrington, 5th Earl of 17, 171n., 172

Harrington, Lady (w. of 5th Earl) 161, 173

Harrington House171–3;fig. 35 (p. 172); Pl. 103

b Harris, E. and H. 84

a Harris, E. Vincent 73

Harris, Richard 148

a Harrison, Henry 103–4, 106, 106n., 107, 109, 109n.

Harrison, William 235, 236, 306, 307, 310

a Harriss, E. R. Bingham 337

Harrow Road see Kensal Green Cemetery and St. Mary's R.C. Cemetery

c Hart, Son, Peard and Company 148n.

c Hart and Sons 97

Hartley, Robert 29

Hartley Villa 29

a Harvey, Lawrence 165

c Haslop, — 329

Hastings, Marchioness of (w. of 1st Marquis) 69

c Hatfield, John Ayres 148

b Haward, James 107n.

b Haward Brothers 72

b Hawkins, Charles 85n.

b Hawkins, Walter 295

b Hawkins and Company 54

a Hawksmoor, Nicholas 36

Hay, William 75

b Haynes, John and George 79n.

a Hayward, Henry Winnock 64, 72, 76

b Hayward, Jeremiah Olive 74

Hazard, Henry 30

Hazlewood Crescent 333
-, see also Our Lady of the Holy Souls R.C. Church

Headley, Surrey 241

Heard, Henry 252

Heath, Charles James 165

Heathfield Street 225

Hedge, C. 274

b Helling, Joseph 252

b Hemming and Company 46

Hemsley, Alexander Copland 301

Henderson, Arthur (Foreign Secretary) 162

Henry VIII 192

Henry Dickens Court 346, 350, 351

Henshaw, Thomas 103
-, monument to 35

Herapath, John 81, 82

Herbert, William 155

b Herd, James 272

Hereford Road, Paddington 260

Herefordshire 260n.

a Hering, Frederick 187, 189

b Heritage, George, senior and junior 331, 332

Herman, Father (Herman Cohen) 35

b Herman, John and John Anthony 60n.

Hermitage House 268, 269

Herfordshire 62

Hesketh place 348

Hickman, Alfred 182

Hicks, Sir Baptist see Campden, 1st Viscount

Hicks, Elizabeth see Campden, Viscountess

b Hicks, James 85n.

b Hicks, Robert 159

b Higgs, Joshua, senior and junior 211, 242, 255,
-, 256

b Higgs, William 275

High Row 39

High Street, Notting Hill see Notting Hill Gate

High Veld 67

Highbury 288

Highlever Road, 313, 317

Hill, Octavia 348

Hill Lodge 94

Hillgate House 86

Hillgate Place (formerly Dartmoor Street) 85;
-, PL. 4Ie

Hillgate (formerly Johnson) Street 85, 86

a Hills, Gordon M. 32, 36

Hillsleigh (formerly New) Road 94, 96; Pl. 43d

c Hinchcliffe, John, the elder 35

Hippodrome Place 352

Hippodrome race course199–200; Pls. 5b, 53

Hippodrome Mews

Hirsch, Leopold 165

b Hobson, William 60

Hodges, Thomas 29
-, widow of 30

Hodson, Robert 95

a Hoffmann, Paul 31, 67

Hogg, Archibald 273

a Holden, Charles 72

a Holford, Sir William (now Lord) 334

c Holiday, Henry 319

Holland, 1st Baron (Henry Fox) 101, 101n., 103,
-, 126

Holland, 3rd Baron 5, 12, 87, 103–9 passim, 130

Holland, 4th Baron (Henry Edward Fox) 94, 103, 107, 109, 112–15 passim, 122, 124–5, 125n., 127, 136

Holland, 1st Earl of (Sir Henry Rich) 101

Holland, 4th Earl of see Warwick and Holland, 7th Earl of

Holland, Lady (w. of 3rd Baron) 103, 104, 105,
-, 107, 109

Holland, Lady (w. of 4th Baron) 95, 96, 114, 115–16, 116n., 117, 118, 119, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 136, 141

b Holland, Thomas 127

Holland, Thomas Lindsey 106

Holland Arms public house103, 106

Holland estate 7, 11, 22, 94, 101–50; fig. 15 (p. 102)

Holland Farm 111, 114n, 127, 127n., 136

Holland House (Cope's Castle) 2, 26–7, 55n., 62, 69, 101, 101n., 109, 109n., 111, 112, 125, 125n., 126, 127, 129

Holland Gardens 117

27—S.L. XXXVII

Holland Lane 106, 111, 125n., 127, 130, 149

Holland Mews see Napier Place

Holland Park (parkland of Holland House) 119, 125, 125n., 126, 127, 129, 150. 152n.

Holland Park (streets) 4, 21, 22, 96, 119–24, 262, 263, 266; figs. 19–21 (pp. 120–2); Pl. 5Id

Holland Park Avenue 1, 2
-, north side 93, 194, 197, 198, 253, 276, 278, 280, 282, 291, 295; Pl. 58a, b, c
-, south side 87, 93, 94, 95, 95n., 101, 122, 128, 129; Pl. 43a
-, see also Uxbridge road

Holland Park Court 128

Holland Park Gardens 105, 128, 129

Holland Park Mews 119, 123, 124; figs. I9, 22 (pp. 120, 123)

Holland Park Road (formerly St. Mary Abbots Mews) 22–3, 107, 111, 128, 128n., 130; Pl. 51a, b
-, Nos. 10 and 10A (formerly 3) 136
-, No. 12 (formerly 2: Leighton House) 22–3, 124–5, 136–41; figs. 25–7 (pp. 137–9); Pl.77
-, No. 14 (formerly 1) 22, 124–5, 141–2, 143; fig. 28 (p. 142)
-, No. 24B 143

Holland Park School 62, 67, 73, 100
-, see also Thorpe Lodge

Holland Park Tennis Club 105, 128

Holland Place (Kensington Church Street) 27

Holland Place (Kensington High Street) 106, 107, 110, 111

Holland Road 108, 109, 116, 117, 118, 119n., Pl. 50c
-, see also St. John the Baptist's Church

Holland Street 2, 19, 27, 28, 28n., 29, 31, 51, 52, 54, 61, 61n., 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 74; figs. 2–3 (pp. 28–30); Pls. 38a, b, 46c
-, see also Bethel Baptist Chapel; Niddry Lodge;
-, Red House; St. Mary's R. C. Chapel

Holland Terrace 116

Holland Villas Road 21, 108, 112, 113, 115, 115n., 116n.; fig. 17 (P. 114); Pl. 50b

Holland Walk 63, 125n.

b Holliday, Mark and Noah 85n.

b Holloway Brothers 190

Holly Lodge (also known as Airlie Lodge) 67, 69, 69n., 73

b Holmes, Thomas 252, 296

Holmes, Valentine 76

b Holt, Walter, and Sons, 150

Holy Trinity, Brompton 130

Holy Trinity, Cloudesley Square, Islington 131

Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, Hammersmith 323

Home Cottage 261–2

Homer Villa 106

Honywood, William 235, 236, 306, 307, 310

Hood, Thomas (monument to) 339

b Hook and Oldrey 322

a Hooper, Francis 182

Hoover, Herbert 71–2

Hope Terrace 106, 111

Hopetoun, Countess of (w. of 5th Earl) 71

Hopetoun, 5th Earl of (Baron Niddry) 71

a Hopkins, J. D. 182–3

Hora, James 93

Horbury Congregational Chapel see Kensington Temple

Horbury Crescent 215, 253

Horbury Mews 214–15

a Horder, P. Morley 178

Horniman, Emslie J. 334

b Hornsby, Joseph 82n.

Hornton Cottage 62, 72

Hornton Court 67; Pl. 112e

Hornton Place (formerly Mews) 65, 68

Hornton Street 52, 53, 55, 61, 61n., 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 73–4; Pls. 46a, b, 47c
-, see also Hornton Cottage; Kensington Central Library; Little Campden House; Red House

Hornton Street Chapel 65, 68

Hornton Terrace 52

Hornton Villa see Red House

Hornton Villas 74

Horse and Groom tavern 103

Horse racing 199–200

Horseman, Robert (1) 25, 26, 87

Horseman, Robert (11) 26, 29, 87

Horsley, John Callcott 39

Horsley, William 39

Horsley family 39

Hospitals see Kensington Dispensary and Children's Hospital; Princess Louise Kensington Hospital for Children; St. Charles Hospital

Hotels see individual hotels, viz. Clarendon; Royal Garden; Royal Kensington; Royal Palace

a Houle, Joseph 308

Houses
-, building costs non-speculative 56, 57, 64, 136, 144, 164, 166, 171, 172, 175, 178, 189
-, speculative 45, 112, 122, 158, 163, 183, 184, 197, 201, 212n., 225, 233, 257, 270, 290, 301, 308, 331
-, construction 18–22 passim, 104, 192, 229, 265 multi-occupancy and overcrowding 52, 82, 85, 111, 303, 312, 332, 334, 346, 348–51 passim
-, planning and accommodation 18–19, 21, 66, 80, 118–19, 135, 140, 141, 143, 144, 145, 149, 164, 167, 170, 173, 176–7, 180, 182, 183, 190, 192, 198, 265, 266, 268, 282, 283, 288, 332

Houses (continued)
-, prices 45, 55, 63, 66, 66n., 69, 74, 75–6 passim, 79, 89, 116n., 123, 124n., 125, 163, 168, 175, 183, 190, 249, 250, 262, 301, 312, 332
-, rack rents 74, 80, 81, 82, 90, 123, 210, 239, 249, 262, 302, 331, 332
-, subdivision and conversion into flats 65, 127, 136, 142, 143, 149, 150, 164, 235, 293, 302, 303, 334, 350

Housing and Local Government, Ministry of 40, 148

b Houston, William 274

Howard, Charles 185

Howard, Ebenezer 235, 239, 254

Howard, George James (9th Earl of Carlisle) 22, 185, 187

b Howard, William 60n.

b Howell, E. C., and Son 46

b Howell, John 309

b Howey, Christopher 91

Hudson, Maria 62

b Huggett, Thomas 44, 47, 48, 85n.

a Hukins, J.C. 15, 232, 308, 330

a Humphreys, see Trant, Brown and Humphreys

b Humphreys, — 251

Hunt, Violet 53n.

a Hunt, William G. 38, 84, 129

Hunt, William Holman 127

Hunter, Colin 128, 144

Hunter, John Humphrey 75

b Hurren and Jory 85n.

b Hussey, Thomas 54

Hussey, William 77

Huth, Charles F. 161n., 164

Hyde, Sir Robert 38

Hyde Park 152n.

Hyde Park Gardens, Paddington 278

Hyde Park Gate 89, 270

Hyslop, Colonel Archibald 249

b I'Anson, John and Charles 112

a Ifold, William 79n.

b Igglesden and Myers 53, 119n.

Ilchester, 1st Earl of (Stephen Fox) 126

Ilchester, 5th Earl of (Henry Edward FoxStrangways) 125–6, 129, 136, 143, 144

Ilchester, 6th Earl of 124n., 129

Ilchester Place 129, 149; Pl. 50d

Imperial Institute 150

Imperial Playhouse 249

Improved Tenements Association Limited 350

Indian High Commissioner 165

Industries see Trades and industries

Ingelow, Jean 29

Ingelow House 29

b Ingersent, Edwin 268

b Ingersent, George 8, 40, 268

Institute of Rubber Industry 162

Insurance companies 10
-, see also individual companies, viz. County Fire;
-, Hand-in-Hand; Law Life; London Assu-
-, rance; Medical, Invalid, and General Life;
-, Phoenix; Prudential; Scottish Union;
-, Sovereign Life; Sun Fire

Inverness Gardens 47; pl 41d

a Inwood, William 84

Ionides, Alexander Alexander 115n., 124n.

Ionides, Alexander Constantine 124n.

Ionides, Constantine Alexander 115, 115n.

Iraqi Ambassador 176

Irish immigrants 247, 339, 343, 352

Iron churches 46, 133, 248, 328, 330, 346, 351, 352; pl. 19a, b

Islington 131, 220

Ives, Rice 90, 93

Ives, Rice (the younger) 90, 91, 94

Ivy Bank 95

b Jackson and Graham 170, 188–9

b Jackson and Shaw 141, 247, 352

James I 2, 42

a James, C. H. 334n.

James Allen's Girls' School, Dulwich 39

Jameson (formerly James or St. James) Street 85

Japanese Embassy 183

b Jay, John 201, 255

a Jearrad, Charles and Robert William 80

a Jeckyll, Thomas 124n.

Jenckins, William Henry 258, 260, 261

Jenkins, William Kinnaird 260, 260n., 261, 268, 273–5 passim, 333, 334

Jennings's Buildings 345

Jervis, Rev. William Henley 124

b Jessup, James 296

Johnson, John (the elder) 77, 84, 86

Johnson, John, the younger 84

a Johnson, Thomas 132

Johnson, William 84, 85, 86

a Johnson-Marshall, Sir Stirrat see Matthew, Robert, Johnson—Marshall and Partners

Johnson Street see Hillgate Street

Johnson Street Baptist Chapel 86

Johnstone,— 213
-, see also Roy, Blunt, (Duncan) and Johnstone

Johnstone, Elizabeth (monument to) 35; pl. 33a

Jones, John 77

b Jones, John 26, 27, 28

a Jones, Owen 156, 156n., 157, 157n., 163, 163n., 170, 171, 183, 184

Jones, Rebecca 27

b Jones, William, and Son (William Jones, the elder and younger) 82, 91

b Jones, William Henry and Edward James 129

Jones-Price estate 26–9; fig. 1 (p. 26)

Jones's Buildings 26

b Jordan, James, the younger 64, 75

b Jory, — see Hurrend and Jory

a Joseph, Messrs. 129, 179

a Joseph, N. S., and Smithem 175

a Joynes, Henry 154

Jubilee Hall 330

a Judd, William 261, 263, 272, 273

a Jumelin, Paul 165

a Kaula, William see Wills and Kaula

a Kay, Joseph 50

a Kay, Tom 86

Kaye, Miss E. F. 245

a Keeling, E. Bassett 23, 97–9 passim, 245–7 passim, 320

Kelfield Gardens 317

b Kelk, John 178, 192

b Kellond, C. A. 253, 257

c Kempe, C. E. 135, 243, 352

Kemshead, H. M. 300

Kenbrook House 107, 130

a Kendall, H. E., senior 336, 337

a Kendall, Henry E., junior 179

Kendall, John (solicitor) 305, 306, 307, 308
-, see also Lake, H. and G., and Kendall

Kendall, John (tallow chandler) 68

Kenley (formerly William) Street 292, 342, 348

Kennard, S. P. 179

Kensal Green 3, 13, 16, 17, 199, 306, 329, 333– 339, 350, 351
-, see also Kensal New Town

Kensal Green Cemetery (All Souls Cemetery) 24, 335–9; fig. 89 (p. 338); Pls. 29–32

Kensal House 334n.

Kensal New Town (Kensal Town) 1, 3, 333, 334, 349

Kensal Road 334, 335
-, see also St. Thomas's Church

Kensington, 1st Baron (William Edwardes) 101, 101n., 103

Kensington, 2nd Baron (William Edwardes) 101, 103, 104, 108, 130

Kensington, (Royal) Borough of 1, 151, 268, 333

Kensington, manor of 25, 89

Kensington, vicar of see under St. Mary Abbots Church

Kensington Academy for Girls 129

Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council 71, 247, 345n.

Kensington Board of Guardians 202, 342, 348

Kensington Borough Council 1, 68, 73, 141, 292, 303, 317, 334, 347–51 passim

Kensington Canal 108, 117, 278

Kensington Central Library 37, 72, 73, 345n.

Kensington Church Court (Formely Church Court) 2, 26, 26n., 36, 37, 38

Kensington Church Street (formerly Church Street) 2, 13, 25, 26, 31, 38, 40, 43, 83, 86, 97, 153, 193; Pl. 6b
-, east side 29–31, 38–9, 39n., 42, 43, 44, 45, 47; pls. 6b, 36d, 38d
-, see also Barracks
-, west side 26n., 27, 28, 31, 40, 50, 51, 52, 54, 77n., 80, 81, 83; Pl. 41f
-, see also Carmelite Church and Priory and St.
-, Mary Abbots Church

Kensington Church Walk (formerly Church Walk) 29

Kensington Dispensary (and Children's Hospital) 31

Kensington Gravel Pits 38; Pl. 5a

Kensington High Street 1, 2, 3, 18, 25, 26, 29, 31, 50, 58, 60, 61, 65, 67, 107, 109, 127, 129, 130, 151, 153, 154, 159, 193, 345; Pls. 44, 112e
-, see also Addison Terrace; Charity School;
-, Commonwealth Institute; Hammersmith
-, road; Lower and Upper Phillimore Place;
-, St. Mary Abbots Church; St. Mary Abbots
-, Terrace; Town Hall; Vestry Hall

Kensington Housing Trust 119, 334, 350, 351

Kensington Improvement Commissioners 14–15,
-, 37, 202

Kensington Infant National School (Later St. George's School) 84

Kensington Institute 83, 84

Kensington Mall 38, 39, 39n., 40, 170, 171; Pl. 112b

Kensington Memorial Recreation Ground 317

Kensington Palace (formerly Nottingham House) 1, 1n., 2, 42, 151, 153, 187, 188n., 189
-, kitchen garden and forcing ground 151, 152, 192

Kensington Palace Gardens (formerly The Queen's Road) 16, 21, 22, 151–93; fig. 31 (p. 153)
-, lodges and gates 154, 156, 158, 159, 159n.; fig. 32******* (p. 157); Pl. 92a
-, railings 156–7, 157n.; fig. 32 (p. 157)
-, trees 160
-, Nos. 1–5 155, 162–3
-, Nos. 6 and 7 158, 163; Pls. 92a, 93d
-, Nos. 8 and 8A 156, 156n., 159, 161n., 163–4; Pl. 92b, c
-, No.9 160, 161n., 164–5; Pl. 104c, d
-, No. 10 161, 165; Pls. 100–101
-, No.11 157, 159, 161, 165–7; fig. 33 (p. 166); pl. 105
-, No.12 158, 161, 161n., 167–70; fig. 34 (p. 169); Pls. 94–5
-, No.12A 40, 160, 161, 168, 170–1; Pl. 107

Kensington Palace Gardens (continued)
-, No. 13 159, 161, 162, 171–3 fig. 35 (P. 172); Pl. 103
-, No. 14 159, 160, 171n., 173–5; fig. 36 (p. 174); Pl. 102
-, No. 15 160, 161n., 175–8; fig. 37 (p. 177); Pls. 106, 107a
-, No. 15A 160, 178; Pl. 107b
-, No. 15B 178
-, No. 16 161, 178–9; Pl. 99b
-, No. 17 157, 159, 179; fig. 38 (p. 179); Pl. 93a, b
-, Nos. 18 and 19 158, 161, 161n., 179–80; fig. 39 (p. 180);Pl. 98
-, No. 20 158, 180–2; fig. 40 (p. 181); Pls. 96, 97a
-, No. 21 158, 182; Pl. 99a, c
-, No. 22 159, 182; Pl. 104a
-, No. 23 159, 161, 161n., 182–3; Pl. 104b
-, No.24 158, 159, 161n., 163n., 171n., 183–4;
-, fig.41 (p. 184); pl. 97b
-, No.25 159, 184–5; Pl. 92a
-, No.26 158, 159, 184–5;Pls. 92a, 93c
-, see also Palace Green

Kensington Park Gardens20, 22, 219, 221–35 passim, 241, 253–4, 302, 310, 311;figs. 56–60(pp. 226–8, 230–1), street elevation between pp. 234–5; Frontispiece, Pls. 62f, 64a, b, c,66a, b

Kensington Park Road199, 204, 207, 213–15 passim, 226, 229, 233, 234, 237–8, 241, 254, 310, 311;Pls. 13a, 67c
-, see alsoKensington Temple; Notting Hill Synagouge; Peniel Chapel; St. Peter's Church

Kensington(St. Mary Abbots) Parish 1, 1n., 151
-, charity school 36–7
-, free school 36
-, parish hall 43, 46
-, vestry 14–15, 29, 36, 37, 43, 50, 62, 84, 95, 96n., 125, 125n., 130, 196, 199, 202, 262, 270, 303, 33, 343–8 passim

Kensngton Place (Kensington Church Street) 83, 85, 86
-, see also Bethesda Baptist chapel

Kensington Place (Kensington High Street) 31

Kensington Square 35, 72

Kensington (Olympia) station 117

Kensington Temple (formerly Horbury Congregational Chapel) 24, 68, 215, 247–8; fig. 65 (p. 248); Pl. 28b

Kensington Turnpike Trust 2, 31, 50

Kensington University College 326

Kensington War Memorial Committe 317

Kensington Wells 87

Kent, Duchess of 37

a Kent, John James 79n.

b Kilby and Gayford 133

King, Sir Henry Seymour 348

King, Patrick 71

c King, Robert 70

a King, William 220

King George VI Memorial Hostel 129–30

Kingdom, William 278

Kingfisher House 143

b Kingham, William Henry 119

King's College, Strand 72

King's College for Women see Queen Elizabeth
-, College

King's College of Household and Social Science
-, see Queen Elizabeth College

King's Mead 49

Kingsbridge Road 317

b Kinninmont, J., and Sons 179

Kiralfy family (monument to) Pl. 32f

Kirk, Father Francis 329

Kitching, Thomas 69

Knotting Barns see Notting Barns

a Knowles, James Thomas, senior 175, 178

b Krall, — see Barkentin and Krall

La Zisa Palace, Palermo 140

Labourers' Church, The see Bethesda Baptist
-, Chapel

Ladbroke, Felix 9, 10, 12, 215, 219–25 passim, 231, 232, 232n., 237, 241, 249, 253–5 passim, 261,
-, 269, 272, 274

Ladbroke, James Weller (formerly Weller,
-, James) 12, 13, 194, 196, 196n., 197, 199, 200, 201, 203, 209—15 passim, 219, 249, 252–7
-, passim, 258, 260, 268, 269, 272–5 passim

Ladbroke, Richard (1 and 11) 194

Ladbroke, Robert 194

Ladbroke, Sir Robert 194

Ladbroke, Son, Rawlinson and Porker 194

Ladbroke Arms public house Pl. 75b

Ladbroke Crescent 254

Ladbroke estate
-, extent 194
-, main estate 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 16, 17, 21,
-, 194–257, 306, 310, 311, 345n. figs. 45–6 (pp. 195,200); Pls. 52, 54–7
-, other areas 258–75 passim; fig. 66 (p. 259)

Ladbroke family196, 212

Ladbroke Gardens21, 224, 225, 226, 229, 233 235, 237, 238, 239, 241, 254; Pl. 65a

Ladbroke Grove (formerly Place) 196, 197, 203,
-, 302, 307, 309, 310, 311, 313, 334n.
-, east side 198, 204, 207, 210, 212, 213, 214,
-, 219, 224, 225, 233, 237, 240, 241, 247,
-, 254, 306, 310, 311, 331–2, 335, 345n.; Pls. 37c, 67f, 74d, 75d

Ladbroke Grove (continued)
-, see also Poor Clares Colettines' Monastery
-, and St. Michael and All Angels' Church
-, west side 197, 198–9, 201, 202n., 204, 207,
-, 208, 209, 211, 212, 213, 215, 216, 219,
-, 240, 241, 254–5, 331–2, 333, 334, 334n.;
-, figs. 51–2 (pp. 216–17); Pls. 60d, e, 62b, 74c
-, see also St. John the Evangelist's Church

Ladbroke Grove station 236

Ladbroke Road (formerly Weller Street) 196, 214,
-, 215, 216, 219, 241, 255; Pls. 6la–d, 756
-, see also Kensington Temple and Mercury Theatre

Ladbroke Square 17, 20, 204, 207, 213, 214, 219, 229, 231, 237, 238, 241, 255;. 56
-, (p. 226); Pls. 61e, 64c

Ladbroke Terrace 197–8, 199, 203, 255; Pls.
-, 58d, 59
-, Lahore, Maharajah of 124

6Laing, D., and Company 82

6Laing, John, Construction Company 150

Lajoue, J. de 176

Lake, Benjamin Green 241, 305, 306, 307, 308,
-, 311

Lake, H. and G., and Kendall 234, 235

Lake, Samuel 340

Lake family 307

Lamb, James 256

b Lamb, James 254

b Lamb, John Charles 85n.

a Lamb, P. A. 326

Lambert, Edward 47

Lambeth 103, 103n., 104, 105, 107

Lancaster, Duchy of 105

Lancaster Lodge see Little Campden House

Lancaster Road 308, 312, 334n., 345, 345n.
-, No. 235 355
-, see also St. Andrew's Church; Notting Hill
-, Methodist Church; St. Sava's Church and
-, under Congregational Chapels

Land and House Investment Society Limited 308–9,
-, 310, 312

Land ownership 12

Land prices
-, 17th century 26, 42, 87, 270
-, 18th century 26, 39, 50, 101, 276, 278
-, 19th century 13–14. 50. 6r, 73, 77, 79, 81,
-, 83, 94, 99, 128, 159, 163, 221, 223A–4,
-, 234, 236, 237, 238, 278–9, 288, 298, 300,
-, 304–6,309–11,344
-, for churches and cemeteries 50, 97, 133, 335
-, for railways 13, 53, 108, 117, 305–6 20th century 129,317
-, see also Agricultural rents and Ground rents

b Lane, Joseph 256

b Langdale, Arthur, and Company 128

b Langford, George 85n., 295

b Langman, Andrew Harvey and Thomas

Brooking 85n.

a Lansdown, George A. 317

Lansdowne, Dowager Marchioness of (w. of 2nd Marquess) 99

Landsdowne Crescent 209, 210, 211, 212, 238, 239, 256, 343; Pl. 67b

Lansdowne House 256

Lansdowne Rise (formerly Montpelier Road) 202, 203n., 209, 210

Lansdowne Road 210, 211, 216, 221, 238, 239, 240, 256, figs. 53–4, 61 (pp. 218, 222, 240); Pls. 62d, 63c, d, 67a, d
-, No. 14 (Hanover Lodge) 249–50; Pl. 63c, f

Lansdowne Square 204

Lansdowne Terrace 208, 208n.

Lansdowne Walk (formerly known as Hanover and Queen's Road, Terrace and Villas) 204, 208, 209, 210, 211, 249, 249n., 256; fig. 47 (p. 205); Pl. 60c.

b Lapthorne, William 85n.

b Large, James 61n.

b Lascelles, W. H. 57, 57n., 143, 149

Lascelles, Hon. William Sebright and Lady 68

Latimer Road 304, 344, 346
-, see also Holy Trinity and Jubilee Hall

Latymer Road Mission 346

c Lavers and Barraud 99

Lavington, Sussex 258

Law Life Assurance Society 301

Lawrence, Sir James Clark 41, 41n.

b Lawrence, John 272

a Lawrie, T. 118.

Lawyers involved in speculative building 5, 11–12, 15, 54, 64, 66, 74, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 91, 92, 94–5, 103, 115, 116, 116n., 117, 118, 184, 194, 212, 213, 214, 215, 221, 223, 233, 234, 235, 238, 254, 255, 257, 260, 260n., 261, 262, 272, 274, 275, 288, 301, 304, 305–6, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 333, 344–5
-, see also following individual lawyers, viz. Duncan, John; Pocock, Thomas; Richardson, Charles; Roy, Richard; Stewart, Charles; Thompson, Pearson

Lebanese Embassy 182

Lechmere, Edmund 50

Lechmere, Nicholas (1st Baron Lechmere) 27, 50

Ledbury Road 261, 262, 263, 273
-, see also Baptist Chapel, Westbourne Grove

Lee family 106n.

Leech, John 161, 179–80

Lee's Nursery see Vineyard Nursery

a Leighton, Arthur G. 67

Leighton, Frederic, Lord 124–5, 128, 136, 140, 141n.

a Leighton and Higgs 67

Leighton House 22–3, 124–5, 136–41; figs. 25–7 (pp. 137–9); Pl. 77

Leighton House Committee 140–1

Leinster Square, Paddington 300, 300n., 301

Lena Ashwell Players 249

Lennox, Hon. William Pitt 76

c Lenygon and Morant 166

b Leslie and Company 38

b Lethbridge, Walter 118, 301

b Lett, Thomas 60

Leverhulme, Lord (1st Viscount) 352

b Levy, Nathaniel 268, 275

Lewis, Arthur 71

a Lewis, T. Hayter 32, 159, 173

Lewis and Allenby 71

Libraries see Public libraries

Liddard, William 199, 216, 252, 255, 256

a Liddell, — 336

Light, Rev. John 318, 319

Linden Gardens (formerly Grove) 10, 194, 241, 268–70, 273; Pl. 73b

Linden Lodge 215, 269; Pl. 73a

Lindley, Dr. John 151n.

b Lines, John 116

Linton House 93

Linton House School 93

b Little, Alfred James 9, 53, 96

b Little, David 52n.

b Little, Henry 9, 44, 45, 47, 48, 53, 75, 76

b Little, Jeremiah 9, 44, 45, 47, 48, 51–3 passim, 56, 75, 76, 77n., 80, 96

b Little, William 9, 44, 45, 47, 53

Little Blundell House 67

Little Campden House (also known as The Elms and Lancaster Lodge) 51, 56; Pl. 41a

Little Conduit Close 30

Little Holland House 103, 108n., 114n., 125, 126, 141

Little Holland House (No. 1 Addison Road) 105

Little Holland House (No. 6 Melbury Road) 126, 143; Pl. 76

Little Sisters of the Poor 326

Liverpool (cemetery) 335

b Livesey, James 293, 295

Llewellyn, Sir William 67

a Lloyd, Antony 43

Lloyd, Sir Edward 87, 89, 101

Lloyd, Edward Mostyn 87

Lloyd, Sir Edward Pryce (Baron Mostyn) 87

Lloyd estate 87; fig. II (p. 88)

Lloyd family 87

Local Government Board 345, 347

Lock, James 262

b Locke and Nesham 233, 257

Lockhart, Mrs. 324

Lockhart, Mother Mary Elizabeth 324

Lomas, John 61

Lombardian Benefit Building and Investment Society 288n.

London, Bishop of 44, 96, 97, 133, 242, 323, 337, 344
-, Church Building Fund 320, 339
-, Paddington estate 260, 340

London, University of 72

London and Birmingham Railway 117, 278, 336

London and County Bank 302, 311

London and County Benefit Building Society and Economic Investment Association No. 2 288n.

London and North Western Railway 117

London and Provincial Building and Investment Society 288n.

London and Westminster Bank 9, 10, 201, 221, 233

London Assurance Corporation 11, 234, 238, 280, 282, 288, 290, 291, 301

London City Mission 330, 346

London County Council 23, 31, 40, 41, 55, 67, 70, 73, 83, 124n., 129, 150, 193, 317, 323, 326, 330, 334, 347
-, blue plaques 69n.

London Lodge see Thornwood Lodge

London School Board 128, 346

London Transport Executive 40

Londonderry, 4th Marquess of 124

Long, John St. John (monument to) Pl. 3Ib

Long, Robert Furniss 11

a Longhurst, Walter 112

Longstaff, Michael 256

c Lonsdale, H. W. 148

Lonsdale Road 268

Lorne Gardens 118–19; fig. 18 (p. 119)

Loudon, J. C. 152, 152n.

Love Lane (now part of Kensington Church Street) 31

Lovekin, Richard 93, 93n.

b Lovett, W. H. 295

Lower Garden 66

Lower Phillimore Place 60, 60n., 61, 61n., 62, 65, 67; Pl. 44

Lowthorpe, Yorkshire 298

b Lucas, Charles 170
-, see also Lucas Brothers

b Lucas, Sir Thomas 161, 170, 171
-, see also Lucas Brothers

b Lucas and Son 29, 127

b Lucas Brothers 40, 71, 164, 166, 170, 175, 178

b Lumb, John 60n., 61, 61n.

Lushington, Charles 163

a Lutyens, Robert see Symonds and Lutyens

Lying-In Hospital, York Road, Lambeth 104, 107

McArthur, Sir William 124

Macaulay, Lord (1st Baron) 69

Macclesfield, 1st Earl of (Sir Thomas Parker) 29

a MacDonald, see Read and MacDonald

Macdowall, Mrs. Louisa 249

bMacey, James Mugford 109

b McFarland, Francis, and Nance, Henry 74, 309

McGrigor, Sir James 70, 99

McHenry, James 125, 125n., 129

Mackintosh, James 68

a McLachlan, Hugh 129

c Maclean, T. Nelson 245

b McLennan and Bird 132

b MacNolty, John 85n.

Magniac, Charles 99

b Magnus, George Eugene 64, 76

b Maidlow, Charles 85n., 273, 274

Maidlow, Jane and Frances 273

b Maidlow, John 272, 274, 275

b Maidlow, William 274

b Maidlow family 261, 267

Maitland, John Fuller 76

Maitland House 30

Malcolmson, James 71, 89

Mall, The (now Kensington Mall and part of Palace Gardens Terrace) 39–40, 45, 248

Mall Chambers 40; Pl. 112b

Mall Tavern 39, 40

a Mallam, Thomas B. 198n.

Manning, Dr. Henry (Cardinal Manning) 14, 247, 311, 323–4, 326, 327, 328, 352

Manning, Rev. William 326

Manor House see Parsonage House

Manors 25
-, see also individual manors of Abbots Kensington; Kensington; Notting Barns; West Town

Mansell, Edward 76

Marchmont, Rev. Henry 248

Marden, Isaac M. 161

c Marks, Henry Stacy 146, 148

Markwick, Mark 201, 208, 255

Marlborough, 10th Duke of 166

Marlborough House 188, 188n.

Marquois, Thomas 276

Marshall, Joshua 35

b Martin, George 126

a Martin, Leonard 129

Martineau, Robert Braithwaite 56

a Martin-Smith, D. F. 31

Mary of Jesus, Mother 328

Mary Place 346

a Matthew, Robert, Johnson-Marshall and Partners 150, 184

Maxilla Gardens 313

May, Rev. E. J. 132, 133

a May, E. J. 190

b May, Edward 79n., 253, 295

b May, John 300, 301

May, Phil 128

a May, Thomas 252

May, Thomas Bassett 300, 301

b May, William Garrett 85n., 283, 295, 297

b May, William James 85n.

Mayhew, Henry 85

Mazzini, Giuseppe 89

b Mead, James Whittle 82n.

Mears, Charlotte 54

b Mears, Joseph 45, 48, 54

b Mears, Joseph T. 54

Medical, Invalid, and General Life Assurance Society 279

Melbourne, Lord (2nd Viscount) 152

Melbury Cottage 143

Melbury Court 129

Melbury Road 22–3, 103, 125n., 126–8, 130; Pls. 51a, b, 81b
-, Nos. 2, 2A and 4 142–3; Pl. 82
-, No. 2B 143; Pl. 84b
-, No. 6 126, 143; Pl. 76
-, No. 8 143–4, 149; Pl. 78
-, No. 14 144; Pls. 81b, 83
-, No. 29 (formerly 9: Tower House) 22–3, 144–8; figs. 29–30 (pp. 146, 147); Pls. 81b, 85–9
-, No. 31 (formerly 11) 148–9; Pls. 80, 81
-, No. 47 (formerly 13) 149–50; Pl. 84a
-, Nos. 55 and 57 (formerly 15 and 17) 150; Pl. 84c

Melon Ground 45; fig. 6 (p. 43)

Melon Place 42, 45

Melville, Arthur 150

Mendelssohn, Felix 39

c Meo, Gaetano 135

Mercury Theatre 248–9

Methodist Church, Lancaster Road see Notting Hill Methodist Church

Methwold Road 317

Metropolitan Board of Works 15, 56, 303, 323, 343, 344, 345
-, applicants for post of Superintending Architect 104, 283n., 288

Metropolitan Buildings Office 340

Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers 15, 44, 85, 196, 342

Metropolitan Dairymen's Association 127n.

Metropolitan Railway (now Circle Line) 7n., 52, 53, 54, 56, 61, 65, 68, 80, 82, 84, 262, 269, 270, 303, 304, 305

Metropolitan Water Board 83, 100

Meux, Sir Henry 257

Mico, Aaron (monument to) 35

Middle Row 333
-, Chapel 333

Middlesex, Justices of the Peace for 278

Middlesex Hospital 236

Mihailovich, Drazha (monument to) 323

b Miland, John 60n., 61n.

b Miles, John 82n.

Mill, James 30

Mill, John Stuart 30

Millais, Sir John 189

b Miller, J. A. 301

b Millington, Alexander 61

'Millionaires' Row' see Kensington Palace Gardens

b Millwood, Edward 82n.

b Millwood, William 85, 85n.

a Milner and Craze 97, 243, 244, 246, 319, 321

c Minton, Messrs. 170

Mitchell, W. N. 253

Mitre public house 198

Moats, The 103, 104, 129

b Moffatt, Richard 79n.

c Moira, Gerald 132

Molyneau family (monument to) 339; Pl. 31d

Monmouth Road, Paddington 260

b Monson, Henry 255

Montagu, Samuel 161n.

b Montague, David 79n.

Montefiore, Sir Moses 212

Montpelier Road see Lansdowne Rise

Montpellier estate, Cheltenham 202

Montpellier Pump Room, Cheltenham 202

Moore, George 161, 175, 176

Moore, Mrs. George 176

c Moore, James 148n.

b Moore, Thomas 106, 107, 110, 110n.

c Morant, — see Lenygon and Morant

Moray Lodge (also known as West Lodge) 67, 71, 89, 100

'More, the' see Conduit Close

b Morgan, James 85n.

b Morgan, Thomas 85n.

c Morris, William 124n., 141, 187

b Morrison, William Naylor 159, 288, 292, 295

b Morritt, Aaron 79n., 253

Mortgages, interest rates on 7, 10, 11, 14, 126, 234, 236, 238, 269, 279, 280, 282, 300, 301, 306, 307, 309
-, see also capital sources under Builders and speculative building

b Mortimer, J. E. 313

b Mortlock, William 61n.

b Moseley, James 82n.

Moses, Isaac 182, 183

Mostyn, 1st Baron (Sir Edward Pryce Lloyd) 87

Mothers' Society 343

Motorway see Western Avenue Extension

Mouatt, Dr. F. J. 330

Mound House 93

Mount, The 80

Mowatt, Francis 234

Mowbray, Sir John R. 320

Mulgrave, 1st Earl of (Edmund Sheffield) 42

Mulgrave House see Sheffield House

Mulready, William 269 monument to Pl. 32c

Murdoch, John 90, 91

Murillo, Bartolomé Estaban 176

Murray, Mrs. Caroline 163, 164

a Murray, James 40, 170

a Murray, John 190, 193

Murrietta, Cristobal de 165, 166, 184

Murrietta, José de 161, 166

Murrietta, Mariano de 39, 165, 166

Murrietta family 39

b Myers, David see Igglesden and Myers

b Myers, George, and Sons 97, 318

Nail, J. H. 211

b Nance, Henry see McFarland, Francis, and Nance, Henry

Napier Place (formerly Holland Mews) 116

Napier (formerly Warwick) Road 113, 116

Napoleon the Third public house 116

Nash, John 20, 196, 204, 282, 336

National Dwellings Society Limited 82

National Schools see Charity School

National see Charity School

National Society (for Promoting the Education of the Poor) 36

Necton, James 87

Needham, Samuel 163

Nepalese Embassy 171

b Nesham, — see Locke and Nesham

Ness Cottage 94, 96

New House 67

New Jerusalem Church 41

New Road see Hillsleigh Road

New Scotland Yard 66

Newcombe (formerly New) Street 84, 85, 86

a Newman, J. T. 91, 94

b Newton, H. 253

Newton, Sir Isaac 50

Newton Court 31, 35

Newton House 50, 51, 54

Newton Road, Paddington 260

a Nicholl, S. J. 328, 339

c Nicholls, Thomas 148

b Nicholls, William 272

c Nicholson, A. K., Studios 320

Nicholson, Richard 66

Nicholson, William Norris 76

a Nicholson and Son (David Nicholson, senior and junior) 113, 290, 297

Niddry, 2nd Baron (5th Earl of Hopetoun) 71

Niddry Lodge 71

Nigerian High Commissioner 178

b Nixon, William Thomas 107n.

c Noble, Matthew 245, 339

Noel, Edward, Lord (2nd Viscount Campden) 49

Noel family 49

Norfolk, 15th Duke of 311, 326, 327

Norland Arms public house 283, 293, 295

Norland Crescent see Royal Crescent

Norland estate 13, 95, 242, 276–97, 345; figs. 70, 90 (pp. 277, 341); Pl. 70c
-, estate office 280, 282, 295

Norland House (Norlands) 276, 280

Norland Road 280, 346

Norland Square 20, 279, 279n., 280, 282, 283, 291, 292, 296; Pl. 71b

Norland Ward 348, 349, 351; fig. 91 (p. 348)

Norlands (Northlands) 26

Norman, Lady 70

Norman, Montague Collett (Baron Norman) 70, 71

a North, R. O'B. 326

North Crofts 26

North Pole 313

North Pole Road 322

North Thames Gas Board 30; Pl. 36d

Northern Rhodesia Chamber of Mines 150

Northlands (Norlands) 26

Norwich Union Reversionary Interest Company 219

Notting Barns (also known as Nutting or Knotting Barns), manor or lordship of 25, 25n., 298

Notting Barns farm 25n., 298
-, farmhouse 298, 313; Pl. 5b, c

Notting Dale Special Area see 'Avernus'

Notting Hill Adventure Playground 322

Notting Hill Gate (formerly High Street, Notting Hill) 1, 2, 17, 38, 40, 42, 96, 268; Pl. 34c
-, north side 38, 40, 196, 269, 270, 273
-, south side 40, 95, 96, 184–5
-, see also Gaumont Theatre and Uxbridge road

Notting Hill Gate station 40, 85, 262; Pl. 35

Notting Hill Grove see Aubrey Walk

Notting Hill House seeAubrey House

Notting Hill Methodist Church 346, 355; fig. 93 (p. 355); Pl. 28e, f

Notting Hill Police Station 219

Notting Hill Square see Campden Hill Square

Notting Hill Synagogue 248

Nottingham, 1st Earl of (Sir Heneage Finch) 29

Nottingham, 2nd Earl of (Daniel Finch) 151

Nottingham House see Kensington Palace

Nottingwood House 252

b Nowell and Robson 334n.

Nutting Barns see Notting Barns

Oak Lodge 112, 125, 125n., 129

Oak wood Court 113n., 129, 132; Pl. 112d

Oakworth Road 317

Oblates of St. Charles Borromeo 14, 326, 328, 352

Observatory Avenue (now part of Hornton Street) 72, 74; Pl. 47c

Observatory estate 74

Observatory Gardens 74

Observatory House 73

'Ocean', the 342, 343, 344

c 'O'Connor, — 132

Office of Metropolitan Buildings see Metropolitan Buildings Office

Office of Woods and Forests see Woods and Forests, Office of

Offord, Rev. John 41

Offord, Joseph 234

Offord, Robert 41

Offord, Robert (coach-builder) 254

Ogle, John 94

c Oisy, Marquis d' 329

Old Court Mansions 31

Old Court Place 31, 36, 37

b Oldfield, Charles Frederick 158, 182

b Old ham, John 60n., 61

b Olding, James 85n.

b Oldrey, — see Hook and Oldrey

a Oliver, Robert Dudley 149

Olympic Theatre, Wych Street 37

Orbell, Catherine (later Catherine Pitt) 50

Orbell, Robert 50

Orbell's Buildings (later Pitt's Buildings) 50

Orchard, Jasper 27

Orchard Street (now part of Gorden Place) 52; Pl. 40c

Ordnance, Board of 192

Orsay, Count D' 199

b Osborne, Thomas Charles 85n.

Osgodby, Baroness (Lady Bellasyse) 29

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Church and Priory of see Carmelite Church and Priory

Our Lady' of Sion Convent 270–1

Our Lady of the Holy Souls R. C. Church 328–9; fig. 88 (p.. 329); Pl. 23d.

Our Lady of Victories, Pro-Cathedral of 68

b Outhwaithe, William 29

Overend and Gurney (Overend, Gurney and Company) 8, 40, 133n., 171, 171n., 212

Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway 305

Oxford Gardens 21, 302, 303, 307, 312, 313, 317; figs. 79–81 (pp. 314–16); Pl. 74f

Paddington 10, 17, 151, 223, 258, 260, 278, 298, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 306, 333, 340, 345

Paddington College of Further Education 326

Paddocks see Communal gardens

a Page, Thomas 93

Pain, Edward 87

Palace Avenue 31

Palace Gardens Mews 151, 155, 156, 158, 159, 184, 185

Palace Gardens Terrace 39–40, 44, 45, 46, 47–8, 185, 185n.; Pls. 41c, 112b
-, see also Essex Church and Christ Scientist, 2nd Church of

Palace Green 151, 151n., 153, 154, 160, 161, 162, 189–90, 192, 193; fig. 31 (p. 153)
-, No. 1 185–7, 193; fig. 42 (p. 186); Pls. 108–9
-, No. 2 140n.1., 187–9; fig. 43 (p. 188)
-, Nos. 4–10 189–92; fig. 44 (p. 191); Pls. 110– 111

b Palmer, John 116

b Palmer, Philip 79n., 107n.

Pangbourne Avenue 317

Pantheon, Oxford Street 89

a Papworth, J. B. 198, 202, 203–4, 263

Paragon, Blackheath 21

Paramour, Lawrence 50

Paramour's Pingle 50

b Pargeter, Messrs. 309, 310

Park Crescent, Regent's Park 282

b Parker, Francis 36n.

Parker, Sir Thomas (1st Earl of Macclesfield) 29

b Parkes, John 295

Parkin, Henry 213, 214

Parkin, William 213, 214, 254, 255

b Parkinson, John (glazier) 295

b Parkinson, John (plumber) 295

b Parkinson, John, junior 113, 116

b Parratt, W. 119n.

b Parratt, William 239, 254

Parry, John Humffreys 124

Parson, John 304–6 passim, 308, 309, 311, 320

Parsonage House (also known as Manor House) 25–6, 27, 28, 29, 43

Parsonage House estate 26, 26n.

Parson's Yard 26, 27
-, see also Holland Street

a Parvin, Sidney 173

b Passmore, George 272

b Patch, Charles 275, 295–7 passim

b .Paten, Robert 79

Paul, Sir John Dean 335–7 passim

Paulet, Lady George 63

Paulet, St. John Claud 63, 75

a Pawley, Charles J. C. 128

Paxton, Sir Joseph 15ln., 330

Peabody Donation Fund 317

c Pearce, Edward 339

Pearce, Sir James 16ln.

a Pearson, John Loughborough 70

b Pearson, Jonathan 48, 96

Peel, Sir Robert 152

Pell Place 83

Peel Street 77, 81–2; Pl. 38c, 112a

b Peirson, John and Samuel 295

Pelham, Henry 101n.

Pelham Crescent 282

Pembridge Castle public house 273

Pembridge Crescent 261, 263, 267, 273–4; fig. 68 (p. 267)

Pembridge Gardens 26, 262, 262n., 263, 265–6, 274; fig. 67 (p. 264); Pl. 68d

Pembridge Mews 274

Pembridge Place 113, 261, 274

Pembridge Road 40, 199, 215, 256, 258, 262, 274

Pembridge Square 21, 26, 124, 258, 260, 262, 263, 266–7, 274; Pl. 69

Pembridge Villas 260, 260n., 261, 262, 274–5

Peniel Chapel (formerly Trinity Presyterian Church) 248; Pl. 28c

Penley, Major G. F. 255

a Pennethorne, Sir James 111, 152, 155, 156, 157n., 158, 159, 159n., 160, 164, 165, 167, 170, 171, 171n., 173, 175, 178, 179, 181, 182, 183, 185, 187, 188, 188n., 337

Penson, George 219, 237, 237n., 238, 239, 301

Pentecostal Church, Latimer Road 330

Penzance Place 291, 343
-, see also West London Tabernacle

Penzance Street 291, 343

Percy Villas 53

Père-Lachaise Cemetery, Paris 335, 336

b Perfect, Edmund 85n.

Perks, R. W. 166

Perrin, Mrs. Henry 141

Perrin Galleries, Leighton House 141

Perrott, Octavius George 75

b Perry, John 118n.

b Perry and Company 80, 322

a Peto, Harold A. see George, Ernest, and Peto

b Peto, Sir Samuel Morton 40, 156, 158, 161, 167, 168, 170, 171, 179, 180

Peto and Belts 168, 171

b Peto Brothers 72

Petrie, Colonel Martin 249, 250

Petrie family 250

Petworth, Sussex 219

Phelps, Arthur James 64n.

b Phelps, Charles Frederick 64, 64n., 75, 76, 118

Phillimore, 1st Baron see Phillimore, Sir Walter George Frank

Phillimore, AnnseeSeymour, Ann

Phillimore, Charles 12–13, 62, 63, 71, 75

Phillimore, John 58

Phillimore, Joseph 58

Phillimore, Rev. Joseph 60, 66, 77

Phillimore, Robert 58, 77

Phillimore, Sir Walter George Frank (1st Baron Phillimore) 66, 69–70

Phillimore, William 9, 58, 60, 60n., 61, 62, 68

Phillimore, William Brough 63, 65, 66, 72, 75 widow of 66

Phillimore, William Robert (1769–1829) 62, 63, 73, 74

Phillimore, William Robert (1793–1846) 62

Phillimore Court 67

Phillimore estate 12–13, 26, 58–76, 99; fig. 8 (p. 59)

Phillimore family 58, 62, 69, 73

Phillimore Gardens 63, 64, 65, 75–6, 267; Pl. 47a

Phillimore Mews see Phillimore Walk

Phillimore Place (formerly Durham Villas) 64, 72, 76; Pl. 48a

Phillimore Place (Kensington High Street) see Lower and Upper Phillimore Place

Phillimore Walk (formerly Mews) 4, 61–2, 63
-, see also Abbey, The and Kensington Central Library

b Phillips, Mr. (? John) 89

b Phillips, J. 253

Phillips, James 251

b Phillips, John 89

b Phillips, John Wicking 254, 300, 309

Phillips, Stephen 220, 236, 238, 252, 253, 256, 257, 304

Phoenix Insurance Company 62

c Phyffers, Theodore 354

b Picton, Stephen 295

Pig-keeping 82, 270, 340–4 passim

b Pilbeam, William 252

Pilcher, William Humphrey 81

a Pilditch, Philip E. 31

a Pilkington, E. C. 74

a Pilkington, Frederick 74

Pilkington, John 273

Pilkington, Robert 28

Pimlico 13

b Pinder, William 60n.

Pink, John 154n.

b Piper, T. and W. 247

a Pite, A. R. see Habershon and Pite

a Pite, W. A. 323

Pitt, Catherine (see Orbell) 50

Pitt, Samuel 50

Pitt, Stephen (d. 1793) 49, 50

Pitt, Stephen (d. 1848) 13, 50, 51, 52, 54

Pitt, Thomas Morton Stanhope 54

Pitt estate 49–57; fig. 7 (p.49)

Pitt family 49, 50

Pitt Street 44, 51, 52, 53, 53n., 74

Pitt's Buildings (formerly Orbell's Buildings) 50

Plane Tree House 70, 70n.

Plough Lane (now part of Campden Hill Road) 84, 95

Plymouth breakwater 84

Pocock, Thomas 220, 233, 237–8, 239, 241, 252, 254, 256, 257

a Pocock, W. W. 267, 273, 275

Police stations 26, 26n., 219, 346

Pollen estate196

b Ponsford, James 183–4, 283n.

Pook, H. 273, 274

b Pool, Thomas, senior and junior 296

b Poole and Sons148n.

Poor Clares Colettines' Monastery247, 354; Pl. 24

Poor Law Commissioners 340–1

Population
-, death rate 4, 342–51 passim
-, decline 349, 350
-, density 334, 342, 344, 348, 351
-, growth 1, 3–4, 335, 344, 347, 348, 349, 351
-, migration 4–5, 334, 340, 344, 345, 346, 351

a Porden, William 60

a Porter, F. W. 180

Portland Road 194, 197, 209, 215, 221, 225, 232, 276, 280, 340

Portman estate, St. Marylebone 109n.

Portobello Court Estate 268

Portobello estate 233, 238, 298–312; fig. 78 (p. 299)

Portobello Farm 2, 298, 326; Pl. 5d

Portobello Road (formerly Lane) 2, 194, 200, 204, 215, 237, 238, 256–7, 258, 260, 268, 275, 298, 301, 302, 307, 308, 310
-, market 302n.
-, see also Dominican Convent; Electric Cinema Club; St. Joseph's Home

Portsmouth Railway 234

Pott, Archdeacon 130

b Potter, William 52

b Potter and Sons 32

Potteries, The 15, 16, 17, 197, 200, 242, 292, 294, 340–8, 351, 352; fig. 90 (p. 341)

Pottery industry 340, 340n.

Pottery Lane194, 209, 211, 276, 293, 340, 343, 355; Pl. 75a
-, see also St. Francis of Assisi R. C. Church

Powell, George 64

Powell, John 272

Powell, Thompson and Groom 64

Powis Square 300, 301, 302, 303

Powis Terrace 300, 301, 302

Pownall, Colonel 28

a Pownall, F. H. 24, 327

c Pownall, Gilbert 132

Poynter, Ambrose 278

b Pratt, George 295, 296, 297

b Preedy, Charles 253

Presbyterian places of worship 41, 68, 248

b Preston, Richard 106

b Price, John 27–9 passim

b Priestley, Messrs. 135–6

Primrose Hill335

Prince Albert public house 214, 256

Prince of Wales public house, Princedale Road 293, 296; Pls. 71b, 75a

Princedale (formerly Princes) Road 292, 293, 296

Princes Place 286, 296; fig. 74 (p. 286); Pl. 72c

Princes Road see Princedale Road

Prince's Square, Paddington 239, 300, 300n., 301

Princess Louise Kensington Hospital for Children 317

Prinsep, Henry Thoby 125

Prinsep, Val (Valentine Cameron) 124–5, 126, 128, 137, 140, 141, 143, 148

c Prior, E. S. 136

a Pritlove, S. B. 294

a Procter, Basil 149

Prudential Assurance Company 309

Public baths and wash-houses 345

Public houses, inns and taverns 8, 16–17, 27, 39, 40, 63, 81, 82, 83, 103, 106, 116, 153, 198, 214, 215, 247, 256, 257, 268, 273, 275, 280, 283, 293, 295, 296, 307; Pl. 75
-, fittings and fixtures 250–1, 293

Public libraries 37, 73, 345n.; Pl. 31c

b Puddefoot, Michael 333

Pugin, A. C. 335, 336, 337

Pugin, A. W. N. 354

a Pugin, Edward Welby 35

Pullan, R. P. 145, 146

b Punter, John 77, 81, 82, 83

Queen Anne's Cottages 28

Queen Elizabeth College (formerly King's College for Women and King's College of Household and Social Science) 62, 69, 72–3

Queen's Road see Queensdale Road

Queen's Road, Terrace and Villas see Lansdowne Walk

Queen's Road, The see Kensington Palace Gardens

Queensdale Place296

Queensdale(formerly Queen's) Road 279, 280, 296–7, 346; Pl. 71b

Queensdale Walk 287, 297; fig. 75 (p. 287)

Quick, Henry Brannan 52n.

Quick, John Brannan 52

a Quick, Joseph 99

Raalte, Charles Van 161n.

Rabbit Row 38, 40

Racks, The 49, 58, 77–86; fig. 9 (p. 78)

b Radford, Francis and William 9, 11, 22, 96, 119, 122–4, 125, 261–2, 263, 265, 266, 272–5 passim

b Radford, W. (of Camden Town) 273

a Raffles, W. Hargreaves 94

Ragged schools 343, 346

Railways
-, demolition and rebuilding caused by 15, 53–4, 56, 65, 68, 80, 82, 84, 85
-, effect on building development 4, 7, 13–14, 117, 236, 269, 302, 303, 304, 331, 344–5
-, land purchase by 13, 53, 65, 108, 117, 298, 305–6, 317
-, opposition to 108
-, services 17, 117, 304, 345
-, stations 40, 85, 108, 117, 236, 262, 304, 331; Pl. 35
-, workmen's fares 17, 304, 345

Raimond House 29

b Rainey, Philip 233, 234, 254, 257

Rambert, Madame 248

Rambert School of Ballet 248

b Ramsay, David Allan 7, 8, 221, 225, 232, 232n., 233, 239, 250, 253, 254, 256, 257

b Ramsay, Henry Malcolm 225, 239, 240, 253, 254

c Ramsden, Omar 352

Ramsgate 219n.

Randall, Thomas 91

b Rankin, James 329

Ransom, Bouverie and Company 301

Ravenscroft Properties Limited 40

Rawes, Rev. Henry Augustus 352, 354

b Raynham, Robert 85n.

b Read, Francis 216, 255

Read, Samuel 75

a Read and MacDonald 190

b Reading, William 256

Red House (formerly Hornton Villa) 71–2

Red House, Bexley Heath 22, 141

a Redfern, Harry 190

c Redfern, J. F. 319

Redman, J. 253

b Reed, T. 275

Reed, William 112, 113, 113n., 115n., 125

a Reeve, J. Arthur 132

b Reeves, John 96

Reeves, John Kingham 76

b Reeves, Solomon 60n.

Reform Club, Pall Mall 168

Regency Square, Brighton 90, 91

Regent's Canal210

Regent's Park 20–1, 196, 204

Reid, William, and Company 250

Rendel, Baron see Rendel, Stuart

Rendel, Sir Alexander Meadows and Lady Eliza 150

Rendel, James Meadows (barrister) 150

Rendel, James Meadows (civil engineer) 161, 165

Rendel, Stuart (Baron Rendel) 161, 178

Reservoir Cottages 84

b Restall, R. 296

Reuter, Baron de (Julius) 161n., 180

Reynolds, Lieutenant Bartholomew 276

b Reynolds, Benjamin 252

b Reynolds, George 61n.

c Reynolds, W. B.

b Reynolds, William 8, 202n., 208, 209, 210–13 passim, 214, 220, 221, 249, 250, 252, 254–7 passim, 263, 272

Rhodes, Henry 111

a Ricardo, Halsey 70, 135, 141, 150

Rich, Edward Henry see Warwick and Holland, 7th Earl of

Rich (later Edwardes), Lady Elizabeth 101

Rich, Sir Henry (1st Earl of Holland) 101

Rich family 101

Richardson, Lady (w. of Sir Lewis) 161

Richardson, Charles 11–12, 278–97 passim, 308

Richardson, Charles, senior 279

a Richardson, Charles James 171, 172, 287

Richardson, Frank 308, 310

Richardson, Sir Lewis 173

Richardson, Smith and Sadler 290

b Richardson, Thomas Bridgewater 53

Richardson, Walter 279, 282, 283, 287, 288, 290, 296

Richardson, Sir William Henry 279

a Richardson and Gill 126

Richardson and Sadler 291, 292

Richardson family (monument to) Pl. 32f

Richmond Fellowship for Mental Welfare and Rehabilitation 135

Richmond Terrace, Whitehall 104, 104n.

Rickards and Walker 223

b Rickett, William and James 308

b Ridgway, John 37

a Riley, W. E. 31

a Ritchie, T. 178

River Colne Water Works Company 298

Robarts, Nathaniel 81

Robertson, Walford Graham 149

Robins, Edmund 300, 301

Robins, G. H. 210

Robinson, Alexander Ramsay 42, 45, 77, 83

Robinson, Rev. Arthur Dalgarno 322, 323, 351, 352

b Robinson, George 85n.

Robinson, George Frederick 116n.

Robinson, Henry George 116, 116n.

Robinson, Sir John 42

Robinson, Lucy Margaret and Robert Tetlow 45, 48

Robinson, Thomas (d. 1810) 42, 45

Robinson, Thomas (fl. 1855) 39–40, 42, 43–5 passim, 47–8

b Robson, — see Nowell and Robson

b Robson, Thomas 249

b Rodgers, James 297

a Rogers, Edmund 60n.

Rogers, Thomas 52

b Roome, E. A., and Company 133

Roper, W. J. 300

a Roper, W. T. 296

Rose Bank 95

Rosemead Road 257

a Rosenauer, Michael 67

Rothery, Nicholas Phillips 104, 104n., 105

Rothschild, Lionel Nathan de (d. 1879) 212

Rothschild, Lionel Nathan de (d. 1942) 162

Rowe Housing Trust 350

b Rowles, Silas 119n., 128n.

b Rowlings, W. H. 255

Rowsley House128

Roy, Blunt, (Duncan) and Johnstone 201, 210, 212, 213, 220

Roy, Richard 5, 7, 11, 80, 201–4 passim, 207–13 passim, 220, 221, 223–5 passim, 232, 233, 234, 238, 239, 241–2, 249, 250, 252, 254–7 passim 341

Royal (formerly Norland) Crescent 20, 278, 279, 282, 288, 291, 292, 293, 295, 297; fig. 71 (p. 281); Pls. 70a, 72a, b

Royal Garden Hotel 31

Royal Kensington Hotel 106

Royal Kent Theartre (formerly Royal Kensington Subscription Theartre) 37; Pl. 34a, b

Royal Military Academy, Norland House 276

Royal Palace Hotel 31

Rudolph Steiner Association 249

b Rummins, — (railway contractor) 305

Runcorn (formerly Thomas) Place 348

Ruskin, John 64

a Russell, George 107n.

b Russell, Robert 253

Russell Gardens 117, 118

Russell Gardens Mews 117

Russell Road 117, 118

Russian Embassy see under Soviet Government

Russian Government see Soviet Government

Russian School of Dancing 248

Rutland 50

Rutland, 6th Duke of 68

b Rutter, James 313, 323

a Sabine, William 282

Sacred Heart Convent, Roehampton 326

Sadler, R. R. 5, 282, 290, 291
-, see alsoRichardson and Sadler

St. Andrew and St. Philip's Church 320

St. Andrew's (iron church) 346, 351, 352

St. Ann's Road 11, 278, 279, 292, 297

St. Ann's Villas 22, 278, 279, 280, 286–7, 297; Pl. 72d, e

a St. Aubyn, J. P. 23, 351, 352

St. Barnabas' Church 23, 104, 110, 130–2; fig 23 ( p. 131); Pls. 10, 33d, f
-, vicar 132, 133
-, vicarage 112, 113, 113n.; Pl. 10a

St. Barnabas Terrace 105

St. Charles Hospital (formerly St. Marylebone Infirmary and Hospital) 310, 330–1; Pl. 36c

St. Charles Primary School 326

St. Charles R. C. College 311, 326

St. Charles Square 303n., 309, 311, 312, 326
-, see alsoCarmelite Monasteryand St. Pius X R. C. Church

St. Charles Ward 351; fig. 91 (p. 348)

St. Charles's Training College for Catholic Women Teachers 326

St. Clement's Church 23, 322, 323, 351–2; Pl. 18c
-, vicar 322, 323, 345, 346, 351, 352

St. Clement's Road see Sirdar Road

St. Columb Major, Cornwall 223, 241, 317
-, rectory 317–18

St. Columb's Church see St. Sava's Serbian Orthodox Church

St. Dunstan in the West, Strand 339

St. Ervan's Road 5, 312; Pl. 74a

St. Francis of Assisi R. C. Church 23, 24, 343, 352–5; fig. 92 (p. 353); Pls. 22, 23a, b, 33c
-, schools 343, 352, 355; Pl. 23a

St. George, Mrs. 70

St. George's Church 23, 84, 96–9; figs. 13–14 (pp. 97–8); Pl. 17
-, vicar 85, 97

St. George's School 84

St. Giles in the Fields 345

St. Helen's Church 322–3

St. James Street see Jameson Street

St. James's Church 23, 242, 279, 287–8, 293–4; fig. 77 (p. 293); Pls. 11, 70b, 71a
-, vicar 346

St. James's Gardens (formerly Square) 21, 279, 282, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 293, 297, 345; fig. 76 (p. 289); Pls. 70b, 71c, d
-, see alsoSpanish and Portuguese Synagogue

St. James's Lodge 295

St. James's National Schools 342, 343

St. James's Square see St. James's Gardens

St. James's Square Benefit Building Society 288n., 290, 292, 297

St. John the Baptist's Church, Holland Road 23, 132–5, 247; fig. 24 (p. 134); Pls. 20–1
-, vicarage 118

St. John the Evangelist's Church, Ladbroke Grove 23, 96, 207, 242–4; fig. 62 (p. 243); Pls. 12, 33e, 43c
-, school 343
-, vicar 96

St. John's Gardens 210, 257

St. Joseph's Home 326; Pl. 25c

St. Katherine's Road see Wilsham Street

St. Lawrence Terrace 309, 311, 312

St. Luke's Mews 306

St. Luke's Road 306

St. Margaret's Parish, Westminster 151

St. Mark's Church 23, 97, 99, 245–7; fig. 64 (p. 246); Pl. 16

St. Mark's Place 257

St. Mark's Road 257, 307, 313, 317, 345n.
-, see alsoSt. Mark's Church

St. Mary Abbots Church burial ground and churchyard 29, 35, 37, 50; Pl. 33a
-, old church 31–2, 130; Pl. 6
-, present church 23, 32–5; fig. 4 (p. 33); Pls. 7–9, 33b
-, vicar (of Kensington) 14, 29, 42, 43, 46, 47–8 passim, 288
-, see also Glyn, Hon. Edward Carr; Hodges, Thomas; Pott, Archdeacon; Sinclair, Archdeacon John
-, vicarage 43, 45–6

St. Mary Abbots Mews see Holland Park Road

St. Mary Abbots Parish see Kensington (St. Mary Abbots) Parish

St. Mary Abbots School 36–7

St. Mary Abbots Terrace 106–7, 128, 130

St. Mary of the Angels' R.C. Church, Paddington 326

St. Marylebone Board of Guardians 330

St. Marylebone Hospital or Infirmary see St. Charles Hospital

St. Mary's R.C. Cemetery, Harrow Road 339

St. Mary's R.C. Chapel, Holland Street 68

St. Michael and All Angels' Church 23, 320–2; fig. 83 (p. 321); Pl. 18a, b
-, vicar 320, 321, 322
-, vicarage 322

St. Paul's Church, Vicarage Gate 45, 46; Pl. 19

St. Peter's Church, Bournemouth 241

St. Peter's Church, Kensington Park Road 23–4, 244–5; fig. 63 (p. 244); Pls. 13, 64d

St. Pius X R. C. Church 23, 326–7; fig. 86 (p. 327); Pl. 23c

St. Quintin, Colonel Matthew Chitty Downes 12, 298, 307, 312, 313, 331

St. Quintin, William (d. 1795) 298

St. Quintin, William (d. 1859) 298

St. Quintin, William Herbert 313, 317, 322

St. Quintin (formerly Darby), William Thomas 298

St. Quintin Avenue 298, 307, 313, 317
-, see also St. Helen's Church

St. Quintin estate 298, 303–4, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312–17, 349, 350, 351; fig. 78 (p. 299)

St. Quintin family 298, 333

St. Sava's Serbian Orthodox Church (formerly St. Columb's) 247, 319–20, 323

St. Saviour's Church, Westgate, Kent 132

St. Simon Stock R. C. Church and Priory see Carmelite Church and Priory

St. Stephen's Church, Shepherd's Bush 351

St. Stephen's estate, Westbourne Park 220

St. Thomas's, Liberty of the Rolls 339

St. Thomas's Church, Kensal Road 339

St. Thomas's Hospital 307

St. Vincent de Paul, Orphanage of 31

Salisbury, Anne, Countess of (w. of 5th Earl) 29–30

b Salmon, John 52

a Salomons, Edward 183

Salvation Army 346

a Salvin, Anthony 185

Salway, Joseph 61

Sambourne, Edward Linley 65

Sams, John 26, 27, 29

Sandell, John 254

b Sanders, J. W. 257

Sanitary conditions see Slums and sanitary conditions

Saudi Arabian Ambassador 184

Saunders, Edward George 41

b Saunders, Henry 118n., 300

a Saunders, J. T. 317

c Saunders and Company 148

a Sawyer, Robert 181

a Sawyer, Samuel 54

a Sayer, Charles E. 179

Scampston, Yorkshire 298

Scampston Hall 317

b Scantlebury, J. V. 220, 252, 257

b Scantlebury, W. 253

b Schofield, John 58

School Board for London see London School Board

Schools and other educational institutions 36–7, 55, 62, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72–3, 81, 83, 84, 89, 93, 100, 106, 111, 128, 129, 211, 235, 269, 276, 292, 302, 303, 311, 326, 328, 334, 342, 343, 346, 351, 352, 355

Schwabe, Gustav C. 161n., 180

Science and Art Department, South Kensington 330

b Scoley, John 252, 253

a Scott, Sir George Gilbert 23, 32, 46, 318

a Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert 35

b Scott, John 115

a Scott, John Oldrid 32

b Scott, William 116

Scottish Union Insurance Company 310

Scouloudi, Irene 261n., 265

c Seale, J. W. 246

a Searle, C. G. 271

Searles, Michael 21

b Secrett, Alfred and George 252

a Seifert, Richard, and Partners 31, 164

Seligman, Sir Charles 179

Seligman, Isaac 179

Servants
-, numbers of (general) 16, 53, 65, 111, 124, 161, 211, 235, 265, 266, 292, 293, 302, 312
-, numbers of (individual households) 161, 161n., 168, 179, 180, 184, 249, 251, 266, 274, 292

Seville Cathedral 352

b Sewell, Charles, Frederick and George Edward 52

Sewers 15, 343, 344
-, see also Counter's Creek sewer; Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers; Westminster Commissioners of Sewers

Seymour, Ann (previously Phillimore, née D'Oyley) 58, 73

Seymour, John 58, 73

Shaen, William 64, 76

Shaftesbury, Lord (7th Earl) 343

Shannon, Sir James Jebusa 128, 136

a Shaw, — see Jackson and Shaw

Shaw, George (monument to) 132; Pl. 33d

a Shaw, John 51

c Shaw, John Byam 81, 132
-, monument to 132; Pl. 33f

a Shaw, Richard Norman 22, 66, 82, 143, 144, 148, 149, 323

Shee, G. Archer 344

Sheffield, Edmund (1st Earl of Mulgrave) 42

Sheffield, Robert 42

Sheffield family 42

Sheffield Gardens 44–5

Sheffield (sometime Mulgrave) House 42

Sheffield House estate 42, 43–5, 47; fig. 6 (p. 43)

Sheffield Street see Edge Street

Sheffield Terrace 42, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 77n.; Pls. 40a, 41b
-, No. 38 56–7; Pl. 40b

Shepheard, Mary and Elizabeth 89, 93

Shepherd's Bush 236, 270, 278

c Shirley, A. J. 70

a Shirley, Walter Knight (11th Earl Ferrers) 70

b Shirlock, Henry 274

Shrewsbury, 16th Earl of 196, 203

Silchester Road 344, 345, 345n.

Silver Street (now part of Kensington Church Street) 38, 83

Silver Street Baptist Chapel see Bethesda Baptist Chapel

Silvester, Dr. 350

a Sim, William 239, 240, 252, 253

Simmonds, — 235

b Simmonds, G. W. 251

a Simmons, C. E. 190

Simpson, John and Thomas 52

c Simpson and Sons 148

Sinclair, Archdeacon John 32, 43–4, 45, 46, 96, 242

Sion-Manning Girls' School, St. Charles Square 326

Sirdar (formerly St. Clement's) Road 346, 349

Sisters of the Assumption, Kensington Square 35

b Skelton and Chinnock 85n.

b Slade, Isaac 82n.

b Slade, Jonathan 82n.

Slark, William 280, 282, 295

b Slater, Richard 36

Sloane, William 213, 219, 221–2

Slums and sanitary conditions 15, 82, 85, 268, 270, 303, 308, 333, 334, 340–51 passim

a Small, J. S. C. 252, 253

Smiles, Samuel 176

a Smirke, Sir Robert 130, 337

a Smirke, Sydney 164, 166

Smith, — (of Richardson, Smith and Sadler) 290–1

c Smith, — see Campbell and Smith

Smith, Bayley (later Bayley and Janson) 194, 214, 219

a Smith, Benjamin Nicholls 85n.

Smith, Charles Edward 75

c Smith, Gerald E. R. 320

b Smith, Henry Wade 220, 252, 253, 256

a Smith, John 32

Smith, John Christopher, junior

a Smith, Thomas 54

a Smithem, C. J. see Joseph, N. S., and Smithem

a Smithsend, Edward 39n.

Snee, John Adolphus 104, 104n., 105

a Snell, H. Saxon 330, 331

Snell, Henry (junior) and Alfred Saxon 330

b Snook, John 263, 273

b Snowdon, Thomas 118

a Soane, Sir John 35, 336

Social character 2, 4, 5, 16–17, 40, 40n., 52, 53, 65, 82, 85, 85n., 111, 124, 128, 161–2, 211, 235, 247, 265–7, 292–3, 302–3, 308, 311, 312, 322, 332, 333, 334, 340–51 passim

Soho Academy 39

Solicitors see Lawyers involved in speculative building

Solly, Edward Harrison 76

Solly, Isaac 76

Solomon, Henry 175

Sophia, Princess (d. of George III) 30
-, monument to 339; Pl. 32a

a Soutar, A. S. 317

South, Sir James 62, 73, 74

a South, James 60n.

South African High Commissioner 67

South Bank 95n.

South Bank Lodge 95

South House 136

South Lodge 53n.

Southall 210

Southam Street 333, 334, 350

Southern Row 333

Sovereign Life Assurance Company 212

Soviet (Russian) Government 161, 162
-, Ambassador 162
-, Consulate 162
-, Diplomatic Mission 165, 179, 180
-, Embassy 161–2, 173

Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, St. James's Gardens 294

a Sparrow, A. J. 355

Spas and watering places see Kensington Wells

Spectator House 105

b Speller, William 275

Sperling, John 178

Spottiswoode, Andrew 335

a Sprague, W. G. R. 41

a ?rámek, J. 184

c Stacey, — 329

Stafford Court 67

Stafford Terrace 65, 76; Pl. 49a, b, c

Stamford, Lincolnshire 159

Stanford, Sir Charles 74

b Stanham, Charles Richard 113, 115n.

b Stanham, Richard 106

Stanley, Edward, Lord (14th Earl of Derby) 225n.

Stanley Crescent 209, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 225n., 226, 229, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 239, 241, 257, 310, 311; fig. 60 (p. 231); pls. 64a, 65b, c

Stanley Gardens 20, 21, 22, 219, 222, 223, 224, 225, 225n., 226, 229, 231–2, 233, 234, 235, 236, 241, 257, 310, 311; Pls. 64a, 64d, 66c, d

b Stansbury, Alfred Horatio 113

b Stanway, Thomas 39, 40

a Stark, D. Rogers 73

Stavordale Lodge 127

a Stent, Frederick Warburton 283, 283n., 295

a Stent, William 283, 295

a ?tpánský, K. 184

a Stephen, Douglas, and Partners 80

Stephens, — 340

Stephens, Gilbert 116

b Stephens, Josias 74

b Stephenson, George 127

Stephenson, Robert 336

Sterling, Edward Coningham 57

c Steven, — 319

b Stevens, — 175

c Stevens, Alfred 164, 166

a Stevens, John Hargrave 204, 207, 213, 242, 255

b Stevenson, George (builder) 215, 255

b Stevenson, George (plumber) 272, 274

a Stevenson, J. J. 154, 190

a Stevenson and Redfern 190

Stewart, Charles 280, 282, 283, 286, 287, 288, 295–7 passim

Stewart Arms public house 280

b Stimpson and Company 36

Stock, Henry 57

a Stokes, David, and Partners 129

a Stokes, Leonard 165

Stone, Edward 70

Stone, John 87

Stone, Marcus 128, 143, 149

a Stone, Toms and Partners 130

Stonehills farm 87, 95

b Stowers, Thomas 60n.

Strahan, Paul, Paul and Bates 335

Strand 282

Strathmore Gardens 45, 48

Streatfield, Jane Emma 75

Strickland, Elizabeth 162

Strickland, Samuel West 155, 162, 163, 175, 176

b Strong, William 295

Stuart, Rev. Mother 326

Studios see Artists' houses and studios

Studios, The 128

b Stutely, Martin

a Stutely, Martin Joseph

Sun Fire Office 223, 232n., 301

Sun in Splendour public house 215, 256

Sun Insurance Office 212

Sundial House 67

Surgey, Cornelius 305, 306

Sussex, Duke of (monument to) 339

Sutherland, Sutherland Hall 165

Sutherland Place, Paddington 326

Sutton, Joseph 159, 160

Sutton, W. R. 350

Sutton Dwellings Trust 317, 350

Swain, Richard 95–6, 96n.

Swann, James 39

b Sweet and Buckland 85n.

b Swinburn, James 272

Sydney, Australia 213

a Symonds and Lutyens 150

Tadworth Court, Surrey 194

a Tait, Thomas S. 41

Talbot, Charles Henry 298

Talbot, Sir George 298, 333

Talbot, Mary-Anne and Georgina-Charlotte 298, 300, 304, 305, 306, 307, 310

Talbot family 333

Talbot Grove 220

Talbot Road 300n.
-, see also All Saints' Church and Talbot Tabernacle

Talbot Tabernacle 330; Pl. 28d

Tallow Chandlers' Company 309

b Tarbutt, Percy Frederick 54, 56

a Tarring, John 68, 247, 248

a Tarry, Rev. G. F. 245

a Tarver, Edward J. 166

a Tasker, F. W. 326

a Tasker, John 62, 68–71 passim

Tavistock Crescent 308

Tavistock Road 308

c Taylerson, J. E. 132, 133, 134

Taylor, J. E. 181

Taylor, Peter Alfred and Clementia 89

b Taylor, William 36n.

Teck, Duchess of 322

Temperance Permanent Building Society 127n.

b Temple and Foster 53n., 96

Thackeray, William Makepeace 187–9 passim

Theatres see Addison Hall; Coronet Theatre; Imperial Playhouse; Mercury Theatre; Royal Kent Theatre; Twentieth Century Theatre formerly Bijou Theatre and Victoria Hall) and under Campden House

b Thelwall, William 296, 297

b Thomas and Son 95

Thomas Place see Runcorn Place

b Thompson, Charles 220, 253

Thompson, Douglas and Henry 82

Thompson, Henry 202

Thompson, James Stratton 127

Thompson, John 75

b Thompson, John 32

Thompson, Pearson 201, 202, 204, 208, 209, 213

b Thompson, Thomas 54

a Thompson, William 164

a Thomson, James 203–4, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 242, 252, 255, 256

b Thorning and Son 317

Thornton, Rev. G. R. 132

Thornwood (formerly London) Lodge 67, 69, 70

Thornycroft, Sir Hamo 128, 142, 143

Thornycroft, Thomas 142

Thornycroft family 143

Thorpe, John 55, 55n.

Thorpe Lodge 67, 69, 70–1; Pl. 49d

b Thursby, James Randell 116

Tile kiln, Walmer Road 340, 340n.; Pl. 36b

b Timpson, Mortimore 95

b Tinckham, Peter 323

b Tippett, George Frederick John 300, 301, 302

b Tippett, John 300, 301

b Tippett, Thomas Sheade 300, 301

Tisdall, Edmund Charles 127, 127n.

Tisdall, Ethel 136

Tite, Sir William 330

Tivoli Road, Cheltenham 198

b Toll, Benjamin 82n.

b Tomlinson, Charles 128

a Toms, — see Stone, Toms and Partners Tor Gardens (formerly York Villas) 53

Tor Gardens housing estate 55, 56

b Torkington, George 85n.

c Tower, Walter 352

Tower Cressy 93–4

Tower House 22–3, 144–8; figs. 29–30 (pp. 146, 147); Pls. 81b, 85–9

Town Hall 37–8, 71; Pl. 37b

Townshend, Sir Roger 42

Trades and industries 16, 16n., 17, 38, 87, 111, 270, 312, 333, 334n., 340
-, see also Brickfields and brickmaking and Pig-keeping

Transport, Ministry of 40

b Trant, Brown and Humphreys 317

Travellers' Club, Pall Mall 168

c Travers, Martin 320, 323, 352

Treadaway, George 261, 272

Treadgold Street 343, 355
-, see also St. Clement's Church

Treasury, The 151, 152, 154, 155, 159, 160

Treverton Street 349, 350

b Trigg, George 275

Trigg, Joseph 56

Tringham, Jane 254

Trinity College, Dublin 73

Trinity House estate, Southwark 214

Trinity Presbyterian Church see Peniel Chapel

c Turner, Messrs. 132

b Turner, James 60

b Turner, John 79n.

b Turner, Jonathan 83

a Turner, Thackeray 55

b Turner, W. 119n.

b Turner, William 119n., 126, 127, 273

b Turner, William Neve 85n.

Turnpike gates and roads 2, 38

b Turtle and Appleton 133

Twentieth Century Theatre 249

b Tyerman, J. 144

b Tyler, A. H. 119n.

Union Bank of London 10, 115, 117

Unitarian (Essex) Church, Palace Gardens Terrace 40–1

United Dairies 127

Universities see Schools and other educational institutions

b Unsworth, Ferdinand 36n.

Unthank, Anthony 107

Upper Addison Gardens 113, 115, 116n., 117

Upper Holland Street (now part of Holland Street) 61, 65

Upper Hornton Villas 74

Upper Phillimore Gardens 5, 64, 65, 76

Upper Phillimore Place 60, 60n., 61, 61n., 67; Pl. 44

Urquhart, Walter Alexander 80, 81

Uxbridge road 2, 38, 87, 95, 106, 112, 119, 122, 128, 153, 155, 155n., 194, 196, 196n., 197, 198, 276, 278, 279, 280
-, see also Holland Park Avenue and Notting Hill Gate

Uxbridge Street 84

b Vale, William 60n.

a Valintine, George Edward 90

Vallance, Henry 261, 275

a Vanbrugh, Sir John 36, 154

Varley, — 294

Vassall Cottages 109

Vassall Terrace 52

Vaughan, Thomas 27

Venables, Joseph 90, 91

Vere, Aubrey de 25, 89

Vere, Godfrey de 25

Vere family 25

a Verity, Thomas 345

Verry, Samuel 298

Vestry Hall 37, 72, 270; Pl. 37a

Vicarage Court 46

Vicarage Gardens 47

Vicarage Gate 31, 43, 45, 46, 48
-, see also St. Paul's Church

Vicarage Street (now part of Gordon Place) 52

Victoria, Queen 1, 152, 187, 189

Victoria and Albert Museum 115n., 124n.

Victoria Hall (now Twentieth Century Theatre) 249, 330

Victoria Square, Westminster 282

Viel (Vielle), Giles (Gilles) 68

b Vigers, Edward 304, 305, 306

a Vigers, Edward

a Vignoles, H. 334n.

Vincent, Henry William 69

Vineyard (Lee's) Nursery 106, 106n.

Viollet-le-Duc 144

a Voysey, C. F. A.

Vulliamy, Benjamin 276

Vulliamy, Benjamin Lewis 278, 279n.

a Vulliamy, Lewis 23, 130, 131, 132, 183, 279n., 293, 294

Vulliamy family 276, 279n.

b Wade, William 106

b Wadge, John 272

c Wakelin, J. H. 70

c Walden, John 148

Wales, Prince of (later George IV) 276

Wales, Prince and Princess of (later Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) 330

Walker, Edmund 201, 202, 223

Walker, General Forester (monument to) 339

a Walker, Robert 38

Walker, Rev. Dr. Samuel 220–5 passim, 232, 233, 234, 237, 238, 241, 247, 252–6 passim, 298, 300, 304, 317–18, 323

b Wall Brothers 330

Wallingford Avenue 317

b Wallis, W. 41

b Wallis and Son, 72

Walmer Road 219, 342, 343, 344
-, tile kiln 340, 340n.; Pl. 36b
-, see also Notting Hill Methodist Church and St. Andrew's (iron church)

b Walsham, W. 116

c Walters, — 355

c Walton, Gooddy and Cripps 135

War Department 192

War of 1939–45, effect of 34, 35, 40, 46, 47, 48, 55, 56, 65, 67, 70, 72, 73, 91, 96, 97, 124n., 129, 144, 164, 255, 271, 319, 322, 326, 337, 339, 352

Ward, James (monument to) 339

b Ward, William 77, 80, 81, 82, 83

b Ware, Edwin 251, 253, 255

Ware, Isaac 39, 39n.

Waring, Mrs. H. S. 162

Warner, Powell 64

a Warren, E. P. 67, 190

b Warren, George 296

c Warrington, — 243

b Warwick, Thomas 295

Warwick Castle public house 257

Warwick Gardens 130n.

Warwick Road see Napier Road

Warwick Road, South Kensington 278

Warwick Square 130, 130n.

Warwick Villas 109–11

Warwick and Holland, Countess of (Charlotte, w. of 6th Earl) 101n., 104

Warwick and Holland, 6th Earl of 101, 101n.

Warwick and Holland, 7th Earl of 101
-, monument to 35

Wash-houses see Public baths and wash-houses

Water supply 18, 83, 99–100, 250, 265, 270, 280, 282, 332, 343, 349
-, conduits 27, 192, 192n.
-, medicinal spring 87
-, reservoirs 70, 83, 99, 298
-, towers 17, 99, 154; Pl. 36a
-, wells 278, 280, 295, 331, 342

Water-closets 22, 251, 265, 332, 343, 349, 350

a Waterhouse, Alfred 56–7, 57n.

b Wates Limited 130

b Watkins, John 36n.

Watney, James 296

Watson, G. Spencer 127

b Watts, — 52

b Watts, G. N. 355

Watts, George Frederic 22, 23, 125, 126, 128, 141, 143

Way, Job 296, 297

b Way, Joseph 254

a Weaver, William 38

a Webb, Sir Aston 243, 256

c Webb, Geoffrey 132

a Webb, Philip 22, 56, 115n., 124, 124n., 137, 141, 185, 187

a Webb, Thomas 85n.

c Weekes, Fred 148

b Weekes, Samuel Toope and William 118n.

a Wehnert, Frederick 95, 95n.

Weld, Blundell Charles (Weld-Blundell, Charles) 68–9

Weller, James see Ladbroke, James Weller

Weller Street see Ladbroke Road

a Wellesley, Lord Gerald 176

Wells, Henry Tanworth 5, 65, 70, 76

b Wells, William J. 213, 255

Wesleyan Chapel, Clarence Place 36

b Wesson, Thomas 252, 253

West Hill, Wandsworth 326

West House (Campden Hill Road) 82–3; Pl. 79

West House (Melbury Road) 127

West Lodge see Moray Lodge

West London College of Commerce 73

West London Extension Railway 117

West London Freehold Ground Rent Association 309–10

West London Railway (formerly Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction Railway) 7, 71, 105n., 108, 117, 278, 344, 345

West London Tabernacle 294, 346

West Mall 38, 40

West Middlesex Water Works Company 83–4

West Row 333

West Town, manor of 25, 55n., 103

Westbourne Gardens Benefit Building Society 268

Westbourne Grove 8, 237, 257, 260, 261, 268, 275
-, see also Twentieth Century Theatre and under Baptist Chapels

Westbourne Park Road 233, 237, 257, 304
-, see also Poor Clares Colettines' Monastery

Westbourne Terrace, Paddington 238, 278

Western, Edward 221, 274
-, see also Western and Sons

b Western, William 274

Western and Sons 219

Western Avenue Extension (elevated motorway) 313, 345, 345n.; Pl. 74e

Western Gas Light Company 298, 333

c Westlake, N. H. J. 354, 355

Westminster, Archbishop and Archdiocese of 326

Westminster, Palace of 158, 179, 354

Westminster Bridge 93

Westminster Commissioners of Sewers 15, 341, 344
-, builders employed by 71, 154
-, members of 196, 278
-, see also Counter's Creek sewer

b Weston, William 274

Weston Farm 103

Westropp, Sir Michael Roberts 124

Wetherell, Thomas 37

Wheatstone Road 302n.

b Wheeler, Richard 61

b Wheeler, Walter William 85, 313

b Wheeler, William 81, 85n., 211, 215, 239, 251, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 272

a Whichcord, John 38

Whistler, J. A. Mc. 89

c Whistler, Rex 176

Whitchurch, James 219, 220, 236, 304, 344, 345, 345n., 351

a White, Allom and Company 175

White, Frank Henry 330

b White, George P. 140, 148n.

b White, Jeremiah 83

a White, William 23, 43, 318–19

b White, William 269, 270, 273, 331, 332

White Horse tavern 103, 106

b Whittlesea, John 269

Whitworth, Benjamin 124

Whyte, John 199, 200

Wickham (Wycombe) House 95, 95n., 97

b Wightman, George 60–1

b Wild, James 76

Wilkie, Sir David 30

Wilkins, William 204

b Wilkinson, — 255

Wilkinson, Anthony 182

a Wilkinson, R. Stark 80

b Wilkinson, Thomas 296

Willesden 199, 278, 304

b Willett, William 190, 190n.

William III 151, 192

William IV 105, 199, 339

William Street (Norland) see Kenley Street

William Street (Racks) see Callcott Street

Williams, Francis Edward 115n.

Williams, Thomas 69, 70, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 99

a Williams and Cox 127

Williamson, Peter William 86

Williamson, William

a Wills, Trenwith 176

a Wills and Kaula 31

a Willson, Thomas 335, 336

Wilsham Housing Trust 350

Wilsham Street (formerly St. Katherine's Road) 292, 293, 346

b Wilson, G. 254

a Wilson, H. 345n.

Wilson, John 151n.

Wilson, Thomas 29

Wilton Villa 53; Pl. 40a

Winans, William L. 161n.

Winchester Court 31

Windsor 152, 189, 339

Windsor Castle public house 82

Winter, Thomas 62

Wiple, Charles 31

Wiple Place 31

Wise, — 298

Wiseman, Cardinal 35, 352

a Withers, R. J. 294

Woburn Abbey 69

Wolley, William Frederick 55, 56

c Wood, Francis Derwent 132

b Wood, James 295

b Woods, Frederick 211, 256, 272

b Woods, William 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 130, 154n.

Woods and Forests, Commissioners of 22, 151–60 passim, 162–8 passim, 170, 171, 173, 175, 178, 179, 179n., 181–5 passim, 187–90 passim, 192, 192n., 193, 336

Woodsford Square 105, 130

b Woodward, Messrs. 140

a Woodward, Benjamin see Deane and Woodward

Worger, Thomas 86

Working-class housing 40, 82, 118–19, 286, 317, 345, 347—51 passim; figs. 18, 74 (pp. 119, 286); Pl. 72c

Wornington Road 351

a Wornum. G. Grey 64, 334n.

b Worster, George 296, 297

b Wright, Edgar 52

Wright, John 87

Wright, Thomas 297

a Wyatt, 'Mr.' (? James) 89

Wyatt, Benjamin D. 336

Wyatt, George 239, 300n.

a Wyatt, Henry 93, 239, 256

a Wyatt, James 89, 89n., 93n.

a Wyatt (Wyatville), Jeffry 69, 337

Wyatt, Mathew Cotes 93n.

a Wyatt, Matthew Digby 125n., 154n., 168, 168n., 170

Wyatt, Parker and Company 155, 158n.

a Wyatt, Thomas 263, 273

a Wyatt, Thomas Henry 154n., 178, 185, 187
-, see also Wyatt and Brandon

a Wyatt and Brandon 156, 158, 159, 159n., 163, 163., 178, 184

a Wyatville, Sir Jeffry see Wyatt, Jeffry

Wycombe (Wickham) House 95, 95n., 97

Wycombe Lodge 73, 89, 95n., 99

Yates, C. 253

a Yates, Cook and Darbyshire 31

Yates's timber-yard 39

b Yeo, William 53, 76, 274

York House (former) 30

York House (present) 30

York House Place 30

York Villas see Tor Gardens

a Young, A. 271

b Young, John 107n.

Zisa, La, Palermo 140



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